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THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI 




By an act of the Legislature of the State of Missis- 
sippi Mississippi Southern College, established in 
1910, was abolished and the University of Southern 
Mississippi was organized when Governor Ross R. 
Barnett signed the act at 2:10 p.m. on Tuesday, 
February 27, 1962. 



The Staff of the 1962 SOUTHERNER extends its 
congratulations to the new University, to Dr. Wil- 
liam D. McCain, and to the students of the new 
institution. 



NOTE: When the University Bill was passed by the 
legislature, the 1962 SOUTHERNER had gone to 
press. Thus it was impossible to make complete 
changes throughout the annual. 

The Editor 




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SOUTHERNER 







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COLLEGE 



HERITAGE 



MOVES TOWARD THE FUTURE 




A stream of humanity, ever moving throughout the 
year, is the life of Mississippi Southern College. With- 
out you, the student, making an integral part of this 
stream, there would be no "MSC 1962." 

The spirit and yells at football games, the pride you 
feel in the Dixie Darlings and the marching band, the 
sense of accomplishment you feel after making out- 
standing grades, and all your other interests and ideals make Mississippi 
Southern College what it is today. You, the student, ore not merely a small 
insignificant part of MSC, but you with 5,500 other individuals with similar 
attitudes, ideals, and goals ARE MSC. The college can be no better than 
the ingredients you give of yourself for its continued growth and improve- 
ment. MSC is what you can make it, and with more interest and effort 
from each of you, the growth of this school would know no bounds. 

Since its founding and opening in 1912, the growth of this small localized 
institution, into a nationally and internationally known center of higher 
education can be attributed to the quality of the students who have passed 
through the beloved buildings and then gone out into the world. You must 
not betray the standards set by students of MSC through the years, but 
your work must continue as theirs did until "Mississippi Southern to the 
Top" is a fully completed reality. 

The world outside our campus sees us only as a part of a larger whole of 
life, but to us MSC IS our life for the present. So to you, student of Mis- 
sissippi Southern College, this 1962 SOUTHERNER is presented as an 
attempt to picture our life in "MSC 1962." 





Teacher education was the primary purpose of the small school founded in 
southern Mississippi in 1912. Today, with its wide fields of professional 
specialization and the largest enrollment of students in Mississippi, MSC is 
hard to imagine as it must have been during its years of growth. However, 
most great things have small beginnings, and the original student body of 
230 swelled to 500 students before the first year was over. The continued 
rapid growth of MSC has never ceased to amaze those who were skeptical 
of its beginnings and to thrill those who are interested in its progress. ^ 
The college that was founded to fill the schools of Mississippi with reliable 
teachers, now supplies schools in all parts of the United States and foreign 
countries. No less important are the varied jobs in every professional area 
that are competently undertaken by Mississippi Southern graduates. 




The original purpose behind the founding of Mississippi Southern, to fill 
Mississippi schools with qualified teachers, soon became outdated as the 
influx of students from other states and countries became greater. The 
people of the state realized this fact and soon the state legislature granted 
$80,000 for construction and enlargement purposes. 

After this one step by the state government, Mississippi Southern College 
had its roots firmly embedded in an area of interested, helpful people 
ready to further their state school in any way. 

As MSC has continued to grow through the years, special endowments 
have made possible the additions of the nationally famous Dixie Darlings, 
fraternities, sororities, and recreational facilities. Such additions have 
added to an already famous institution, making a good school even better. 







Higher education was not the only motive behind the establishment of 
Mississippi Southern College, but the school also wanted to provide cul- 
tural opportunities for its students and help instill in them the highest ideals 
of life. These intangible qualities of poise, purpose, and ideals must be 
imparted to interested students not only through faculty lectures but also 
through actual experiences in gracious living. Faculty members strive to 
set an example of friendly cooperation for all students to follow, and the 
results of their efforts are evident in the pleasant relationships between 
the students and faculty and the air of southern hospitality and charm 
pervading the entire campus. This is our heritage stemming from the early 
days of the old South of which we must strive to be worthy. 




As its renown as a small college began to spread throughout the surround- 
ing states with favorable publicity, students were drawn to Mississippi 
Southern for the academic, religious, and social advantages offered on its 
campus. These new students came from every area of the United States, 
and no worthy applicant was turnd away from MSC because of nationality 
or beliefs and each individual is received, welcomed, and made to feel an 
integral part of the life and activities of the school. 

Considering the wide difference of background and origin in all people 
connected with the college, the friendliness and cooperative spirit mani- 
fested everywhere is remarkable and unique. 

Mississippi Southern College undoubtedly obtained its standards and 
ideals from age old southern beliefs and traditions and this heritage burns 
brightly in the hearts of each student no matter which ares of the country 
or world he represents. 







Student enrollment at MSC has increased so rapidly that it has presented 
a challenge to the other phases of the college to mach its expansion. 
The new chapel, classrooms, and dormitories are physical evidence of this 
expansion of Mississippi Southern College, while the profession of the in- 
tangibles — cooperation, standards, friendliness, and ideals — is felt and 
known by all those connected with the forward moving college. 
Necessary additions have improved and expanded the faculty and curri- 
culum until the educational opportunities offered at Southern are un- 
imited. Expert training in many varied vocations gives all capable grad- 
uates of the school promise of adeguate economic independence for the 





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Mississippi Southern College is steadily expanding its dimensions, and new 
styles of art are springing up all around the campus. The beloved columns 
of years past are being surrounded by modern structures that tower in the 
sky. Because of the rapid increase in the enrollment of MSC, this expansion 
program has had to be undertaken in full force without letup in any area. 
Colorful new dormitories five and six stories high can be seen from all 
angles of the campus; row after row of new apartments for married stu- 
dents are now being filled. Offering expert and complete literary service 
to all MSC students is the beautiful new library which is completely air- 
conditioned for the comfort of the students and faculty of Mississippi 
Southern College. 

All around campus signs of progress can be viewed. Under construction 
now, to be completed by the 1962-63 term are two new dormitories, a 
modern hospital and a new cafeteria. 




As Mississippi Southern grew within the state of Mississippi, students from 
other states became attracted to the campus by some of its unique col- 
legiate features. The departments of Fine Arts, Education, and Journalism, 
the Dixie Darlings, and the Marching Band — Pride of Mississippi, have all 
contributed to making Mississippi Southern College the nationally known 
and recognized institution that it is today. 

Not only have students from elsewhere in the United States been attracted 
to this growing school, but the Latin American Institute, recently estab- 
shed to provide classroom instruction for the numerous foreign students, 
"''••■ ' r! ' s becoming known in international 



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FRIENDLINESS — the most unique characteristic 

is evident on every part of the campus. Dr. McCain, in his address to new 
students each year, will emphasize these words above all others . . . "At 
Southern we believe in upholding the tradition of Southern hospitality. We 
are a friendly campus as you've already witnessed. Here everyone smiles 
and speaks." This spirit of friendliness plays an important part in the 
religious and social facets of MSC life. 

Religious activities are encouraged and given full support by the faculty 
and students at Southern. An important yearly occurrence is Religious 
Emphasis Week in the spring. This special event along with weekly meet- 
ings is sponsored by the religious clubs on campus representing ever 
denomination. 

Social life is also a necessary part of a well rounded education, and MSC 
has facilities to provide adequate social activities for every student. The 
College Union Board sponsors dances, games, and recreational activities 
open to all students, while the Greeks on campus sponsor functions includ 
ing: Song Fest, Greek Week and various formals. 

These things combined with academic quality and friendly spirit give the 
entire school an intangible atmosphere, unmatched anywhere, that pene- 
trates every corner of the campus. 





THIS, THEN, IS THE STORY OF OUR YEAR 



MSC — our college of southern heritage moves to- 
ward the future more rapidly year after year. New 
buildings, additions to the curriculum, additions to 
the faculty and staff are all signs of progress. We 
the students of MSC realize that today we are faced 
with a challenge — and in order to meet this chal- 
lenge and the future we, as students, must grow 
with our beloved college. . . spiritually, academi- 
cally, and socially. . . living up always to the highest 
ideals and standards set forth by our college. With 
this in mind we challenge you, the students of MSC, 
to meet the great challenge before us with open 
minds, steadfast standards, and unquenchable 
spirit. Only by giving of ourselves to the confronting 
world can we ever repay Mississippi Southern that 
which it has unselfishly given to us. 







THE COLLEGE 




FEATURES 142 



SPIRIT 176 



SERVICE 260 


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DEDICATED TO MRS. PAULINE WILSON 



To one who is rich in human 
philosophy, high in moral 
ideals, and eager to serve 
everyone at all times, we, the 
Annual Staff, affectionately 
dedicate the 1962 edition of 
the SOUTHERNER to you, 
"Miss Polly." As hostess of 
Hattiesburg Hall, you have 
served the College faithfully 
as counselor and friend to all. 
Your sympathetic and under- 
standing interest in us and 
your inspiring influence will 
ever be felt by the hundreds 
of students of Mississippi 
Southern College. 




Service fo a just cause rewards the 
worker with more real happiness 
and satisfaction than any other ven- 
ture or life. 

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At the center of the biggest and the best, 
one is sure to find the most capable and the 
most dedicated. As we look through the Col- 
lege Division, we discover that our faculty, 
administration, and outstanding students 
illustrate the preceding statement. The ad- 
ministration and faculty are indicative of our 
state's effort to present us students an op- 
portunity to prepare for the future. That we 
have availed ourselves of this opportunity is 
exemplified through those students pictured 
here, who have been chosen to hold positions 
of honor and responsibility. 



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HONORABLE ROSS R. BARNETT 



GOVERNOR 



BOARD OF 
TRUSTEES 



Members with terms expiring May 7, 1964 



CHARLES FAIR 

Fourth Congressional District Louisville 

H. G. CARPENTER 

Third Congressional District .... Rolling Fork 
THOMAS J. TUBB 

Northern Supreme Court District . . . West Point 
R. B. SMITH, JR. 

Second Congressional District Ripley 

LEON LOWREY 

LeBauve Trustee (Desoto County) . Olive Branch 
Members with terms expiring May 7, 1968 
DR. VERNER S. HOLMES 

Seventh Congressional District .... McComb 
J. N. LIPSCOMB 

First Congressional District Macon 

S. R. EVANS 

State-at-Large Greenwood 

TALLY RIDDELL 

Fifth Congressional District . . 0"'+™" 

Members with terms expiring May 7, 1972 
W. O. STONE 

Central Supreme Court District Jackson 

IRA L. MORGAN 

State-at-Large Oxford 

M. M. ROBERTS 

Sixth Congressional District .... Hattiesburg 
E. RAY IZARD 

Southern Supreme Court District . . . Hailehurst 



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Dr. McCain, Mrs. McCain, and Patricia are seen on the stairs 
in their home. 



The SOUTHERNER is a useful, entertaining, and 
beautiful picture record of the happenings on our 
campus year after year. This valuable book is a vital 
part of our college life, and it helps to portray the 
progress made through the years. It is important to 
us now, but in the years to come it will become an 
invaluable source of information and pleasure. 
Congratulations to the editor and her staff on this 
1962 edition of the SOUTHERNER. 



WILLIAM D. McCAIN 
President 





DR. JOHN H. ALLEN, B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 
Dean of the College 




DR. JAMES R. SWITZER, B.S., M.S., Ed.D. 
Dean of Student Affairs 




MR. RADER GRANTHAM, B.S., M.A. 
Dean of Men 




MRS. IVAH O. WILBER, B.S., M.A. 
Dean of Women 



MRS. LUCILLE KEEN, B.S., M.A. 
Assistant Dean of Women 



DEANS 




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DR. PAUL C. MORGAN, A.B., M.S.. Ed.D. 
Director of Division of Continuing Education 




MR. ROGER B. JOHNSON, B.S., M.S 
Administrative Assistant 



DR. CARL L. McOUAGGE, B.S., M.A., Ed.D. 
Registrar 



ADMINISTRATION 





MR. REED GREEN. B.S. 
Director of Intercollegiate Athletics 



MISS ANNA M. ROBERTS, A.B., MA., B.S., in L.S 
Librarian 





MR. AUBREY K. LUCAS, B.S., M.A. 
Director of Admissions 



ADMINISTRATION 



MISS DOROTHY LENOIR 
Director of Placement Bureau 





MR. AL JAEGER. B.B.A. 
Assistant Financial Secretary 




MR. POWELL G. OGLETREE, B.S., M.A. 
Alumni Secretary 



ADMINISTRATION 



MR. DONALD MEYERS 
Assistant Director of Public Relations 




MRS. HELEN SIEMSEN 
Director of Personality & Development Program 




MR. WILLIAM E. KIRKPATRICK, B.S. 
Director of Student Union 







MRS. POLLY STOUT, B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Director of Housing 



THE SCHOOL 

OF 

ARTS AND 

SCIENCES 




DR. CLAUDE A. FIKE 
Dean 




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First Row, Left to Right: Dr. Robert Grange, Dr. Robert Woodmansee, 
Dr. Ben Ward, Dr. Howard Bahr, Dr. Claude Rke, Dr. W. W. Stout, 
Robert Peters, Richard Logan, William Weiersheuser, Arthell Kelley, 
Sara Johnson. Second Row: Swartztager, H. D. House, Dr. J. F. Walker, 
James Allen, Dr. Gilbert Hartwig, B. O. Van Hook, Dr. L. E. Orange, 
Dr. Charles Moorman, Arnold Telly, C. A. Payne, Barbara Blansett. Third 



Row: E. L. Carnes, Francis Houston, Robert Treser, Capt. H. L. Smith, 
Capt. R. W. Meyer, Dr. John Allen, Denneth McCarty, Frank Buckley, 
Alton Hare, Dr. John Nau, Dr. John Burrus. Fourth Row: Dr. Treadwell 
Davis, Charles Lane, Dr. A. H. DeRosier, Dr. John Gonzales, Billy Bat- 
toura, Joseph Pate, Dr. William Burks, N. T. Breland, Dr. Robert Brent, 
Dr. Leon Wilber, J. L. Collier, Glenn Woods. 



FACULTY 

Included in the School of Arts and Sciences are the depart- 
ments of: Biology, Chemistry, English and Literature, Foreign 
Languages, Geography, History and Government, Journalism, 
Mathematics, Military Sciences, Physics, Religion, Philosophy, 
Sociology, and Speech Arts. 

The purpose of the School of Arts and Sciences is to pro- 
vide a broad cultural and educational experience for all stu- 



dents at Mississippi Southern College, as well as to make 
available to them the specialized disciplines for major and 
minor fields. Freshmen and sophomores, regardless of their 
expected majors, are assigned to Arts and Sciences for the 
purpose of meeting the general education or core require- 
ments necessary for graduation. 



Students of the higher sciences spend many long hours searching, prov- 
ing, and experimenting. 




The School of Arts and Sciences is justly proud of 
its language laboratory where students of foreign 
languages receive instruction and drill via tapes 
and earphones. 




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Seated, Left to Right: Marion Busby, Mabel Baldwin, Hilda Holifield 
Flora Watts, Francis Reck, Dr. Martin Stegenga, Wilson Ellis, Dr. Martin 
Wehling, Louis Dixon, James McQuiston. Standing: Anne Cobb, Roy 



Clark, Hayward Anderson, H. O. Jackson, James Kelley, Paul Weisend, 
Vincent McKenna, George Bullard, Dr. Joseph Greene, Jr., Frederick 
Kenamond, Phil Windham, Richard Vreeland. 



FACULTY 



Organized into five departments, Accounting, Business 
Administration, Economics, Marketing, and Office Adminis- 
tration, the School of Commerce and Business Administration 
has as its objective the education of a student through a 
blend of cultural knowledge, economic literacy, basic busi- 
ness tools and specialized knowledge to allow him to rise in 
the business world to the maximum of his innate abilities. 
Specialized courses in various fields to suit different objec- 



tives are superimposed upon a broad coverage of courses in 
the arts and sciences, mathematics, economics, and general 
business. Thus, it is believed that the graduate has been 
given enough specialized training to enable him to start work 
in one of the functional areas of business, and a broad enough 
education, with the ability to use managerial tools and exer- 
cise business judgment, to rise to the executive levels. 



Since more and more business offices are using electric typewriters, the 
School of Commerce and Business Administration uses electric type- 
writers in its typewriting classes. 



With the help of wall charts, booklets, and class 
discussions, Accounting 202 students learn how to 
file personal income tax forms. 





THE SCHOOL 



OF 



COMMERCE AND 



BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 




DR. JOSEPH A. GREEN, JR. 
Dean 



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THE SCHOOL 



OF 



EDUCATION AND 



PSYCHOLOGY 




DR. RALPH S. OWINGS 
Dean 



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Seated, Left to Right: Dr. Lamar Moody, Frances Jelli nek, Dr. Jessie 
Wall, Mrs. Etsyal Smith, Mrs. Eileen Lewis, Anna Roberts, Mrs. Eloise 
Dent, Mrs. Hazel Black, Dr. N. L. Landskov, Dr. Ralph Owings, Dr. Roy 
Bigelow, Dr. Zed Burns, Dr. Harry Barker, Jr. Standing, Left to Right: 

C. H. Hagenson, Dr. David Sohn, Dr. Sidney Weatherford, Billy Slay, 



Dr. Ray Musgrave, John Frazier, Dr. Ralph Staiger, Dr. Ernest Watkins, 
Dr. J. R. Switzer, Ernest Gurman, Walter Yarrow, Dr. Ralph White, Dr. 
S. L. Knight, Gene Crowder, Dr. Carl McQuagge, Dr. Herman Boroughs, 
Dr. Leo Miller, Dr. Thomas Stritch, Dr. Leroy Rogers, M. C. Johnson. 



FACULTY 



Fifteen undergraduate departments, areas, and special 
services are included in the School of Education and Psychol- 
ogy. These are Conservation and Natural Resources, Elemen- 
tary Education, Health, Industrial Arts, Library Science, 
Physical Education, Psychology, Recreation, Secondary Edu- 
cation, Therapy, Audio-Visual Education, Reading Clinic, Spe- 
cial Education services, and Student Teaching. The Depart- 
ment of Guidance and the Department of School Adminis- 
tration, Supervision and Curriculum are of graduate rank. 



We are primarily concerned with offering courses in edu- 
cation and psychology reguired in the preparation of teachers 
for elementary and high schools; with giving basic training 
in the field of psychology for the students who will continue 
work in Graduate School or pursue advanced degrees in this 
field; with serving other departments of the college having 
special needs which are usually met by professional schools 
of education, psychology, physical education, health educa- 
tion and recreation. 



These education majors are learning to make laminated posters which 
they will use as teaching aids. 




Child Development, offered in the Division of Home 
Economics, has proven to be a very helpful course 
for elementary education majors. 





First Row, Left to Right: Elsie Chichester, Dr. Bertha Fritzsche, Lois 
Drain, Amelia Thompson. Second Row: Fannie Owings, Lynetfe Tuggle, 



Dr. Jewel Golden, Miriam Smith, Lelia Bourdin, Fern Hesson, Vera 
Barnett. 



FACULTY 



The Division of Home Economics is organized into six de- 
partments: Child Development, Clothing and Textiles, Food 
and Nutrition, Marriage and Family Life, Housing and Home 
Management, and Home Economics Education. These de- 
partments offer students a choice of nine majors for earning 
the Bachelor of Science Degree and four majors for the Mas- 
ter of Science Degree. 

The curricula and courses in the Division of Home Eco- 



nomics are planned to place emphasis on strengthening family 
living. Students who select a major from this Division are 
not only educated for a professional field concerned with the 
enrichment of the individual, the family, and the community, 
but are better prepared for the career of homemaking. Stu- 
dents who wish to minor or choose electives from home eco- 
nomics will find courses to suit their special needs and 
interests. 




THE DIVISION 



OF 



HOME ECONOMICS 




DR. BERTHA M. FRITZSCHE 
Dean 



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THE DIVISION 

OF 

FINE ARTS 




DR. RAYMOND MANNONI 
Dean 




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First Row, left to Right: Annie Louise D'Olive, Helen Janet McDonald, 
Gomer Pouna, Dr. David Foltz, Dr. Raymond Mannoni, William Moody, 
Walter Lok, Mary Powe Baylis, Frances Benner. Second Row: Dr. Rey 
Morgan Longyear, George Imbragulio, Joseph Huclc, Raymond Young, 



Charles Ambrose, Ed McGowin, Gilbert Saetre, Dr. James Hanshumaker, 
Raymond Lynch, Robert Roubos, Dr. Karl Neumann, Harris Crohn, Angelo 
Frascarelli, Clifford Reims, Walter Hinds, Leonard Stocker, George 
Baker, Dr. William Presser. 



FACULTY 



Included in the Division of Fine Arts are the departments of 
Art and Music, with special divisions of drawing, painting, 
commercial art, and many divisions of music. Since the Arts 
have always been a personification of the mode of culture 
in a society, the college offers those students with special 
talents and abilities an opportunity to develop and improve 
their talents in order to pursue the fulfillment of their capacity. 



The Department of Music was organized for a four-fold 
purpose: to combine musical and literary studies as a broad 
basis for regular college work; to use the art of music as a 
means of intellectual, aesthetic, and moral culture; to furnish 
instruction to special and general students; and to train vocal 
and instrumental supervisors of music and music therapy. 



Teachers and students have an impromptu song feast. 




Aspiring artists at work. 





The Graduate Council, seated, Left to Right: Dr. John Burrus, Dr. Ralph 
S. Owings, Dr. Elizabeth Sorbet, Dr. John Allen, Dr. Jewel Golden, Dr. 
Ralph Staiger. Second Row: Dr. Raymond Mannoni, Dr. L. C. Orange, 



Dr. H. B. Easterling, Dr. Ray Musgrave, Dr. W. J. Huff, Dr. Carl Mc- 
Quagge, Dr. Clyde Fike, Dr. Louis Dixon, Dr. Martin Stegenga. 



FACULTY 



First established in 1947, the Graduate program is based 
upon firm foundations and ideals of academic excellence, 
scholarship and research. The Graduate School offers the 
following graduate degrees: Master of Music, Master of 
Music Education, Master of Science, Master of Arts, Doctor 
of Education and Doctor of Philosophy. 

Among the important goals toward which the Graduate 
School aims are the improvement of standards of living, the 



development of natural resources, the improvement of teach- 
ing in public schools in Mississippi, and the spread of cultural 
enlightenment in our area. The attainment of these objec- 
tives requires the services and abilities of scholars, specialists, 
and research workers in the various areas of intellectual en- 
deavor. All workn's designed to meet the needs of those who 
wish to pursue terminal degrees beyond the master's degree. 



Much of a graduate student's time is spent in the library as he searches 
for information that will give him a better understanding of his chosen 
field. 



Many graduate students receive teaching fellow- 
ships so that they gain valuable teaching experience 
as they continue their study. 





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THE 

GRADUATE 

SCHOOL 





STUDENT GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 




JOHN SIMPSON 
President 



BILL MERTON 
First Vice-President 



EXECUTIVE 
BRANCH 



BONNIE DALE 
Second Vice-President 





These five executive officials were elected by student vote; however, the executive 
assistants were appointed by the SGA president. 



Not Pictured: 
WALTER POSER 




BONNIE PURVIS 
Secretary 



EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS 




BOB ARENTSEN 
Attorney General 



KEITH COBB 
Secretary of Student Relations 



As stated in the constitution of the Student Government 
Association at Mississippi Southern College, the functions 
of the organization are "to insure a continuous exchange of 
ideas and opinions between the students and the adminis- 
tration, to secure valuable training and experience^ in demo- 
cratic self-government, to assume the fullest powers and 
responsibilities of self-government consistent with the con- 
stitution and laws of the State of Mississippi and the policies 
of the president of this institution, to promote the general 
student welfare, and to protect the herein enumerated rights 
of students." 




BRUCE CRISWELL 
Secretary of the Calendar and Conventions 



PETE HUBBELL 
Secretary of Complaints and Administrative 




LEGISLATIVE BRANCH 




Seated, Left to Right: Georgia Pounds, Vicki Coles, Diane Carpenter, 
Vicentine Piazza, Diana Stewart, Jane Meredith, Charlotte Elam, Becky 
Buttles, Carolyn Arbunot, Barbara Dix, Ginny Risher, Glnny Ford, Diana 
Bilbo, Wanda LeGrone, Bonnie Purvis. Second Row: Dennis Spencer, 
Ernie Sylesvter, Steve Wood, Moe Curtis, Horace Dickerson, Henry 

The legislative powers of the SGA are vested in the stu- 
dent senate, which has a representative for each 100 stu- 
dents. Presided over by the SGA President, the acts of the 
senate are subject to the approval of the administration. 

Justices of the Student Court are appointed by the Pres- 
ident of SGA subject to approval by the Student Senate. 
The Student Court has the power to interpret the constitution, 
adjudicate all constitutional questions, hear appeals from the 



Aparicio, Bob Artensen, Charles Brumfield, Keith Cobb, Jim Zager, 
Norman Hendry, Buster Brumfield, Bill Voss, John Coker, Becky Under- 
wood, Babe Neely, Mary Jane Read, Gaye Kihyet, Beth Machaely, Mary 
Lee Foster, Donna Cotita. 



The Student Senate serves as a coordinator of many student 
activities, and budets and allocates the funds of the Student 
Government Association. 



Student Affairs Board, to recommend suitable punishment 
for any student for conduct which would bring discredit upon 
the student himself or the college, and to act as a traffic 
court. 



Left to Right: Frank Powers, Carol Coleman, Kitty Carter, Ted Kmet, Margo Burge, Dr. Leon Wilber. 





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WOMEN'S 

AFFAIRS 

BOARD 



Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Ivah Wilber, Bonnie Dale, Linda Hannon, 
Beth Douglas, Ann MacDonald, Elizabeth Seamen. Sranding: Seiena 

Operating under the supervision of the Deans of men and 
women and headed by a student vice-president of the SGA, 
the Men's and Women's Affairs Boards handle the problems 
of all students who live in school housing. These boards are 
comprised of students elected by residents of different dor- 



Parker, Caroline Ready, Jane Meredith, Nancy Ellzey, Kay Newman, 
Kay Pickens, Betty Walters, Charlotte Gentry, Jo Ann Jens. 

mitories who seek to handle governmental and disciplinary 
problems within their respective dormitories. Decisions of 
these boards are subject to the approval of the respective 
deans and are also subject to appeal to the Student Court. 



First Row, Lett to Right: Jimmie Havard, Bill Merton, 
Russell Huttenstine. Second Row: George R. Bahr, Super- 



visor of Men's Housing; Frank Powers, Alvie Wilkinson, 
Jr. Not Pictured: Bud Milling, Larry Cooley. 



MEN'S 

AFFAIRS 

BOARD 




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First Row, Left to Right: Aubrey Lucas, Faculty Secretary; Charles Still, Jr., President; William Merton, 
Vice-President; Ted Kmet, Treasurer; Dr. Rector R. Hardin. Second Row: William Johnson, Dr. John 
Allen, Walter Poser, Bruce Criswell, John Simpson. Third Row: Dr. Gilbert Hartwig, Dr. J. Fred Walker, 
Dr. Joseph Greene, Jr., Dr. Claude Fike. 



Chartered at Mississippi Southern College in 1954, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa is a national honorary leadership society 
for college men. It recognizes and encourages achievement 
in scholarship, student government, athletics, social and 
religious affairs, publications, speech, music, and dramatics. 



Qualifications for membership in ODK — the highest honor 
paid a college man — are character, leadership and service in 
campus life, scholarship, fellowship and consecration to dem 
ocratic ideals. 



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PHI DELTA RHO 




Seated, Left to Right: Mary Evelyn Granberry, Vice-President; June 
Wood, President; Janie Vincent, Secretary-Treasurer; Mrs. Ivah O. 
Wilber, Faculty Advisor. Second Row: Judy Still, Betty Boyd, Carole 



Coleman, Nell Brantley, Barbara Allen, Janis Crain Moore, Edith Ann 
Miller, Brenda Burch, Mrs. Vera Barnett, Faculty Advisor. Not Pictured: 
Gerry Read Samples. 



Phi Delta Rho recognizes scholarship, leadership, and 
character among senior women. Organized at Mississippi 
Southern College in 1941, Phi Delta Rho promotes high 
standards of democratic living, develops finer gualities of 
members, emphasizes scholarship and admirable personal 
gualities of womanhood. 

The recipients of this honor are chosen by the Dean of 



Women and a secret committee appointed by her. Selec- 
tion is based upon the worthy contributions to the school, 
to their associates, and to themselves. Membership in Phi 
Delta Rho is the crowning point for the senior women who 
have participated as citizens of Southern for the three pre- 
vious years. 



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PI KAPPA PI 




Left to Right: Katie Welsh, Claire Weisend, President; Dr. John Allen, 
Adviser; Talmage Harper, Secretary; Keith Cobb, Judith Still, Vice- 
President; Julie Mount. 



Pi Keppa Pi, national honorary scholastic fraternity, was 
founded at the University of Mississippi in 1925, in order to 
maintain honor and extend sound learning. Mississippi South- 
ern College chapter was installed on March 31, 1949. 

Membership in the fraternity is open to students who 
have maintained seventy per cent "A" grades for ninety 



consecutive hours in residence at MSC. This standard makes 
Pi Kappa Pi the most demanding of all scholarship frater- 
nities. Since Pi Kappa Pi recognizes high scholarship in any 
type of study for which a recognized academic degree is 
authorized, membership in the organization becomes a 
goal toward which many students may strive. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Diantha Hodges, Martha Boone, Treasurer; Barbara 
Askew, Historian; Barbara Dix, Secretary; Nancy Ellzey, President; Linda 
Hannon, Vice-President; Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, Sponsor; Mrs. Pauline 
Wilson, Sponsor; Rita Netterville. Second Row: Nancy Ramsey, Faye 




Dukes, Linda Marble, Barbara Bilbo, Louise Jordan, Kathy Fitzhugh 
Donis Luter, Lenora Craig, Barbara Rawls, Brenda Miller, Jerry Hall, 
Peggy Condon, Cara Lee Grindle. 



ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 



Chartered on our campus in 1957, Alpha Lambda Delta 
is a national freshmen women's honorary society. Its purpose 
is to encourage and to recognize high scholastic achievement 
among freshman women. A 3.5 average is required for 
membership in Alpha Lambda Delta. 



Phi Eta Sigma, chartered in 1950, aims to encourage and 
reward high scholastic attainment among freshman men in 
institutions of higher learning. It, as Alpha Lambda Delta, 
is a national society which requires a 3.5 average for mem- 
bership. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



First Rowd, Left to Right: W. B. Benoist, Francesco lannuzzi, Harry 
Thomas, Robert Hishon, Bill Owen, Dennis Spencer, Dr. Ralph Stiager. 
Second Row: Donald Bell, Bill Bounds, Ronnie Owen, Ted Kmet, Ronald 
Rod Johnson, Charles Buckley. 





THE 
CLASSES 




Senior Class Officers, Left to Right: Tommy Richardson, Vice-President; Kitty 
Carter, Treasurer; Don Fuell, President, and Diana Stewart, Secretary. 



Senior Class Favorites: Becky Buttles and Don Fuell. 




SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS AND 
FAVORITES 




SENIORS 



HILDA ADAIR 



Newton 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Alpha Eta. 



FRED RONALD ADAMS 



Cypress Gardens, Fla . 



Sociology 



MARGARET ADAMS, 222 Clio, Ala. 

Education 
Sigma Sigma Sigma Directory File Chairman; National Educational Asso- 
ciation; Baptist Student Fellowship. 



NANCY ADDISON 



McComb 



Elementary Education 



DICK AINSWORTH Mendenhal 

Business Administration 

General Nat; Executive Assistant to SGA; President, Baptist Student Fel 

lowshlp; Chairman Spirit Committee; Southern Players. 



WAYNE AINSWORTH 

Business Administration 



Stonewal 



BETTY AKERS 



Jackson 



Education 



Featurette, MSC Marching Band; Baptist Student Union; Student Education 
Association- Dormitory Officer. 



LEON AKINS 



Atmore, Ala. 



Physical Education 



Vice President, "M" Club; Baseball and Football letterman. 

EDWARD ALBRITTON, nKA Jackson 

Psychology 

Student Senate- Yellow Jackets- Delegate to SCOPE- Delegate to SUSGA- 

Asst. Editor of SOUTHERNER; Vesper Choir. 



BRENDA ALFORD, 222 Bogalusa, La. 

Elementary Education 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Recording Secretary; National Educational Association; 
Baptist Student Union. 

LOUIE DARWIN ANDERSON 



Columbia 



History 



ROBERT PAUL ANDERSON 



Laurel 



Marketing 



VIRGINIA ANDERSON 



Jackson 



Music Education 

Vesper Choir; "Susannah"; Choral Union; Baptist Student Union; Opera 

Workshop. 

HENRY R, APARICIO, AT<> Tampa, Fla. 

Business Administration 

President Interfraternity Council; Secretary. Alpha Tau Omega; Head 

Cheerleader; Student Senate; REW Committee of 100. 

LUIS E, ARAY Caracas, Venezuela 

Economics 

SCOPE: Pan American Student Association. 



MARY W. ARMSTRONG Gulf Breeze, Fla. 

Elementary Education 
Student Education Association; Kappa Delta Pi; Canterbury Club. 



PAUL ARNOLD 



JOEL H. ASCH 



Physical Education 



Marketing 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



Natchez 



Pensacola, Fla. 



ROSE ASHFORD 



2 

Gulfport 



Education 



SUE ASHFORD Pass Christian 

Elementary Education 

Choral Union, Student National Education Association, Canterbury Club; 

Independent Voters League. 



FRED W. ATCHLEY 



Memphis, Tenn. 



Mathematics 
Pen and Sword. 



WILLIAM LANE AUSTIN 

Mathematics 
Kappa Mu Epsilon. 



CLINTON J. BAILEY, JR. 



JOSEPH N. BAILEY, JR. 



History 



Education 



Picayune 



Bilox 



Mobile, Ala. 



Scabbard and Blade- Yellow Jackets; Treasurer, College Union Activities 
Board; Newman Club; SCOPE Conference. 



ALTON BAILLIF 



FRANK ALLEN BAKER 



CAROLE BARFIELD 



Mathematics 



Bacteriology 



Marketing 



Itta Bene 



Grove Hill, Ale 



MARJORIE BARHAM Meridian 

Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Student Education Association; Wesley Foundation. 



GLENN BARLOW 



Government 



ascagoula 



Ellisville 



JOHN LEVERT BARLOW 

Elementary Education 
President, Student National Education Association; Baptist Student Union. 



CLASS OF 



1962 




47 




THE 



SENIORS 



48 



I 



REBECCA BARLOW, KA Hazlehurst 

Business Education 

MSC Beauty; Treasurer, Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; College Choir. 



HAROLD DONALD BARNES, IIKA 
History 
Pi Kappa Alpha, Secretary. 



SIDNEY A. BARNETT 



Management 



WILLIAM GRANT BARRETT, JR. 

History 



MIKE BARRY, K2 



JASPER BASYE 



Biology 

Officer, Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 



Education 



RICHARD H. 


BAXTER, 


JR., K2 




B 


usiness Administration 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 


JOHNNY A. 


BELK 


Industrial Arts 


JOHN EARL 


BELL 


Economics 
Alpha Alpha Alpha. 



BUFORD BERRY 
JOE F. BERRY 
TERRY BETHEA, ATO 



Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Biology 



Vicksburg 



Lucedale 



Picayune 



Groton, N.Y. 



Columbia 



Foxworth 



Ethel 



Improve 



MERWIN BENNETT 


Liberty 


Education 




PATSY ELLEN BENNETT 


Hattiesburg 


Home Economics 




ATWOOD BERRY 


Waynesboro 


Business Administration 





Pinola 



Jaclcson 



Hattiesburg 



-n~m~i 



FRED R. BEVERLY 



New Orleans, La. 



Industrial Arts 



Recreation Chairman, Circle K Club, Arrangements Chairman, Religious 
Emphasis Week; Decorations Chairman, College Union Activities. 



MARY TRUDIE BILBERRY 



Hattiesburg 



Sociology 



Newman Club; College Union Activities Board, Secretary; Dormitory 
Monitor. 



ROBERT R. BIRD 



Pascagoula 



Business Administration 



Hattiesburg 



Pinol 



MARY ARDEN BISHOP 

Elementary Education 
Westminster Fellowship. 

LUCRETIA BISHOP 

Business Education 
Kappa Delta Pi; Historian, Pi Omega Pi 



PAUL V. BLACK Calumet City, III. 

Speech 

Debate and Speech Team; Phi Alpha Theta; Pi Kappa Delta. 



REX BLAKE 



3 

Hattiesburg 



Commercial Art 



SANDRA BLACKLEDGE 

Elementary Education 
Westminster Fellowship. 



DOUGLAS BOBO 



Laurel 



Hattiesburg 



Sociology 
Baseball Letterman. 



TOMMY BOND 



4 

Bruce 



General Science 



BOBBY JOE BOUNDS Biloxi 

Marketing 

Vice President, Delta Sigma Pi; Recipient of Edward George Schmidt 

Scholarship in Marketing. 

SHELBY JEAN BOUNDS Raleigh 

Elementary Education 
Student National Education Association; Dormitory Officer; Baptist Student 

Union. 



RAY BOUTWELL 



Business Administration 



ROBERT P. BOURDIN 



Business Administration 



JAMES W. BOWLIN 



Moss Point 



Pass Christian 



Bogue Chitto 



Architectural Drafting 



CLASS OF 




1962 




49 




SENIORS 



BETTY Y. BOYD, AAA Birmingham, Ala. 

Education 

Freshman Counselor; Officer, Delta Delta Delta- Vice President Pan- 

hellenic; Kappa Delta Pi; Executive Asst. SOUTHERNER. 



LUTHER BOYD, IIKA 



MARY NELL BOYD 



History 



Education 



Biloxi 



Bay Springs 



ARLET I, BOYER West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Mathematics 

President, Vice President, Pen 8. Sword Club. 

NELL BRANTLEY. KA Waynesboro 

Education 

Treasurer, Panhellenic Council; Wesley Foundation; Treasurer National 

Education Association; Methodist Student Movement. 

JOHN P. BRECHTEL New Orleans, La. 

Education 

Newman Club- "M" Club, Football and Baseball Letterman. 



KIRBY LEE BRELAND Wiggins 

Home Economics 

Treasurer Kappa Omicron Phi- President, Home Economics Club; Kappa 

Delta Pi; Baptist Student Union. 



JAMES D. BRIDGES 



TERRY A. BRINSON 



Mathematics 



Management 



Mobile, Ala. 



Basstield 



FRED C. BROCK, JR. 



Mobile, Ala. 



Business Administration 



President Delta Sigma Pi; Secretary of Publicity, Student Government 



CARROL BROOME 



Association. 



Education 



BYRON L. BROUSSARD, KA 

Business Administration 



Columbia 
Long Beach 



JOHN WAYNE BROUSSARD 

Physical Education 



JERRY W. BROWN 



ROBERT S. BROWN, JR. 



Industrial Arts 



Forest 



Zama 



Jacbon 



Commercial Art 



WILLIAM C. BROWN, 2«f>E Atmore, Ala. 

Business Administration 

Sigma Phi Epsilon; Civitan Club. 

W. RAYMOND BUFFINGTON Grove Hill, Ala. 

Education 

Baseball Letterman; Officer, "M" Club. 

JUNE ELAINE BULLOCK Tylertown 

Business Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Omega Pi; Student Education Association; Baptist 

Student Union. 



BRENDA BURCH, 222 



Hattiesburq 



Education 



Vice President, Pi Tau Chi; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Delta RHO; Corresponding 
Secretary, Student Christian Federation; Who's Who. 



LAWRENCE BURDEN 



Gulfport 



Mathematics 



MARGO BURGE Natchez 

English 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Baptist Student Union; Pi Tau Chi; Religious Em- 
phasis Week Committee. 



THOMAS A. BURKE 



KEITH BURKHART 



ROBERT L. BURNHAM 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi 



Economics 
Pi Gamma Mu 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi 



Colfax, lowc 



Prosser, Wash. 



Parkinston 



JUNE BURT Florence 

Elementary Education 

Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association- Kappa 

Delta Pi. 

C. NOLON BUSH, JR., K2 Laurel 

Business Administration 

Vice President, Newman Club. 

REBECCA BUTTLES, 222 Hattiesburq 

Marketing 

Senior Senator; Officer, Sigma Sigma Sigma. 



GAY CALETA BYRD Laurel 

Accounting 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Baptist Student Union; Y.W.A. 

ABELARDO CACERES Panama 

Journalism 
' M" Club; SCOPE; Soccer Letterman; President, Pan American Student 

Association. 



CLASS OF 



1962 



ARTIE LOY CALCOTE 



McCall Creek 



Music Education 




51 




SENIORS 



CAROLYN CALDWELL, Xfi Gulfport 

Education 

President, Chi Omega; Baptist Student Union; Student National Educational 

Association; Social Chairman, Chi Omega. 



BEN L. CALHOUN, JR. 

Business Administration 



DICK CAMPBELL 



Hattiesburg 
Griffin, Ga. 



Insurance 



SARAH ELLEN CAMPBELL, <t>M Centreville 

Elementary Education 

Officer, Phi Mu; Wesley Foundation Officer; SOUTHERNER Staff; REW 

Committee of 100; SNEA. 

PATRICIA CANTERBURY, ASA Pensacola, Fla. 

Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Officer, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Dor 
mitory Counselor; Dormitory Officer. 



DOUGLAS CAPPS 



Saraland, Ala. 



Education 



GEORGE CARLTON 



Accounting 



CLINTON E. CARRAWAY 

Business Administration 



Laurel 



Meadville 



DAVID CARSON Hattiesburg 

Journalism 
Pi Sigma Epsilon; Advertising Manager. Student Printz. 



KITTY CARTER, ASA Hattiesburg 

Home Economics 

Class Officer- Student Government Association, Secretary; SCOPE; Wesley 

Foundation; REW Committee of 100. 



ROY CARTER 



Hattiesburg 



Business Administration 



JAMES LAWRENCE CARTY Calhoun City 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Pi; Collegiate Civitan Club; Southern Players. 



EDWIN CASE 



HELEN CASE 



Recreation 



Pre-Law 



Broolthaven 



Jackson 



Saraland, Ala. 



JILL ELAINE CASEY, 4>M 

Elementary Education 

Officer, Phi Mu; Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation; Intramural 

Board; College Union Board; Assistant Council. SGA. 



HARROLL CASTLE 



Business Administration 



JEANETTE LOUISE CASTLE 

Elementary Education 



JAMES V. CATER 



Laurel 

Laurel 

Conehatta 



Education 



MANUEL M. CEPEDA Mexico City, Mexico 

Business Administration 

President, Pan American Student Association. 



MICAH Y. CHAN 



Hong Kong 



Mathematics 



GLENN CHANCE, 2<f>E Chipley, Fla. 

Library Science 

Rush Chairman, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Dormitory Proctor. 



GLENDA CHATHAM Rose Hill 

Education 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi. 

WILLIE GRAY CLARK Mobile, Ala. 

Business Administration 
Phi Eta Sigma; Theta Tau. 

ED CLARKE, IIKA Jackson 

Accounting 

Business Manager, SOUTHERNER; Social Chairman, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



JANETTE CLARK, AZ luka 

Biology & Chemistry 

Alpha Epsilon Delta; American Chemical Society; National Education 

Association; Beta Beta Beta; Officer, Deita Zeta. 



W. RALPH COCHRAN, *KT 

Education 



Wiggins 



PATRICIA COCKRELL Melrose, Mass. 

Mathematics 

Pi Kappa Delta; Secretary, Treasurer, Kappa Mu Epsilon; Baptist Student 

Union; Physics Club. 



FLETCHER C. COKER, JR., KA 

Business Administration 
Kappa Alpha; Debate Team; Pi Kappa Delta. 



5 

Canton 



JOHN CALVIN COKER New Orleans, La. 

Philosophy & Religion 
President, Vice President, Student Christian Federation; Pi Tau Chi; South- 
ern Generals; Junior Senator; Senior Senator. 

CAROLE JANE COLEMAN, .AAA Mobile, Ala. 

English 

Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Tau Chi; SOUTHERNER Staff; Student Court; Board 

of Directors; Wesley Foundation; Officer, Delta Delta Delta. 



CLASS OF 



1962 




53 




SENIORS 



liiinnl 



SUE COLEMAN, KA 



ALLEN K. COLLINS 



Education 
Officer, Kappa Delta 



Pascagoula 



Red Bank, N.J. 



biology 
Beta Beta Beta; Drill Team; Newman Club; IVL 



Pascagoula 



JAMES MALCOLM COLLINS, K2 

Chemistry 

Visco Scholarship; Outstanding Kappa Sigma Sigma Pledge; American 

Chemical Society. 



NORBERTO COLMENTER Escugue, Venezuela 

Business Administration 



HENRY CONERLY 



MARY LINDA CONOLLY 



Education 



Education 



KoKomo 



Hattiesburg 



CARROLL M. COOK, JR. 



GARY COOK 



Government 
Pen and Sword. 



Music Education 



Hattiesburg 



Sumral 



Kappa Kappa Psi; Yellow Jackets; "Oklahoma"; "Damn Yankees"; "Sin- 

foria." 

WILLIAM E. COOK Evergreen, Ala. 

Business Administration 



GEORGE E. COOPER 



Music Education 



Greenville 



JIMMY COOPER, <f>KT 

Business Administration 

Pi Tau Chi; Delta Sigma Pi; Westminster Fellowship; Treasurer, College 

Union Activities. 



SHIRLEY COOPER 



Hattiesburg 



Music 



MARY LU CORBAN 



Petal 



Home Economics 



Student Senate; Secretary College Union Activities; Baptist Student 
Union; Home Economics Club. 



WAYNE COTHERN 



History 
Baptist Student Union. 



ANNE COURTEMANCHE 



Jayess 



Hudson, Mass. 



English 



i CLASS OF 



PEGGY COVINGTON 



JAN CRAFT 



History 



Business Education 



DANIEL W. CRANFORD 

Business Administration 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 



Lexington 



Columbia 



Seminary 



JAMES E. CRAIG, Acacia 

Business Administration 



Jackson 



SHERRY CRAVEY, AAA Waynesboro 

Elementary Education 

Dixie Darling; Freshman Counselor; Freshman Orientation Leader; Officer 

of Delta Delta Delta. 



JAMES ROBERT CRAWFORD 

Education 
"M" Club; Baseball Letterman. 



Prichard, Ala. 



REBECCA CREWS 



WINFRED CREWS 



Music Education 



Education 



Columbia 



Meridian 



ROBERT BRUCE CRISWELL, JR. Greenville 

Music Education 

Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Mu Alpha; Treasurer, Kappa Kappa Psi; Who's 

Who; Student Government Association; Men's Affairs Board. 



ERNIE CROPP Chickasaw, Ala. 

Music Education 

Kappa Kappa Psi; Band Council; MSC Band. 



PATRICIA CROSBY 

Elementary Education 

HOMER N. CUMMINGS 

Accounting 



Wiggins 
Brookhaven 



VINCENT C. CURRIE, JR., KA Pensacola, Fla. 

Business Administration 
President, Interfraternity Council; Officer, Canterbury Club; Committee of 



100, Religious Emphasis Week; Officer, Kappa Alpha. 



KATHERINE CUTRER 



Summitt 



Physical Education 



Baptist Student Union; Treasurer, Physical Education Club. 



JOHN EDWARD DABBS 



Hattiesburg 



1962 



Mathematics 




55 




THE 




SENIORS 






56 



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THOMAS VAN DABBS 



Mathematics 



ROY DANFORTH, JR. 

Education 
Basketball letterman; "M" Club. 



JOE R. DANIEL 



Hattiesburg 
Summitville, Ind. 

Sumrall 



Music Education 



Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha; Yellow Jackets; Wind Ensemble; "Guys 
and Dolls"; Damn Yankees"; "Sinfonia." 



PETER J. DANIEL 



New Brunswick, N.J. 



Mathematics 



FRANK B. DARCANGELO New Orleans, La. 

Physics 
President, Secretary, Physics Club; Newman Club. 

ROBERT E. DAVIDSON Vicksburg 

Mathematics 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; American Institute of Physics; Newman Club; Geology 

Club; American Chemical Society; Yellow Jackets. 



GEORGE N. DAVIS 

Business Administration 

JAMES E. DAVIS, *KT 



Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 
Chemistry 
Chaplain, Phi Kappa Tau; Secretary, American Chemical Society; Yellow 
Jackets. 



JOY HASTINGS DAVIS 



Hattiesburg 



Education 



JUDY DAVIS, KA Columbia 

Organ 

Officer, Kappa Delta; Dormitory Officer; Mu Phi Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; 

College Choir. 



MARGARET DAVIS 



Pensacola, Fla. 



Education 



Wesley Foundation; Physical Education Club; Dormitory Council; Student 
National Education Association. 



SAMMY R. DAVIS 

Business Administration 
Baptist Student Union; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



Ouitman 



ARTHUR E. DeANGELIS, JR. Framingham, Mass. 

Business Management 

JENNY DeBARDELABEN, AZ Wetumpka, Ala. 

Marketing 

Officer, Delta Zeta; Tau Beta Sigma; MSC Marching Band; Merchandising 

Club; Southern Players; Concert Band. 



WILFRFD A. DICK 



Magnolia 



Education 



MELBA JEAN DONALD 

Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 

JETT M. DORSETT, JR. 

Business Administration 

GEORGE T. DOWREY, JR. 

Biology 
Alpha Epsilon Delta. 



Ovett 

Lucedale 
Hattiesburg 



DONALD WALLACE DRAPEAU, 2*E Colchester, Conn. 

History 
President, Phi Alpha Theta; Vice President, Pi Delta Phi; Debate Team; 



Yellow Jackets; Interfraternity Council; SCOPE. 



THOMAS DREZEK, JR. 



ROBERT E. DURST 



Business Administration 
Newman Club. 



English 



Hattiesburg 



Vicksburg 



JUDY DYESS 



Louin 



Elementary Education 
Baptist Student Union; Dormitory Officer 



KENNETH J. EARNEST Pensacola 

Accounting 

Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Treasurer, Westminster Fellowship. 

CHARLES H. EASOM Jackson 

Government 

Baptist Student Union; Collegiate Civitan Club. 



INA B. EASTERLING 



Ellisville 



Elementary Education 



DAVID C. EDMONDS Ellisville 

Economics 

Delta Sigma Pi; Spanish Club; Dormitory Proctor. 

HAZEL KAY EDWARDS Pontotoc 

Elementary Education 

Baptist Student Union; National Student Education Association. 



LAROY H. EDWARDS 

Chemistry 
Vice President, American Chemistry Society. 



5 

Laurel 



DANIEL G. ELLIS New Augusta 

Business Administration 

Rho Epsilon Fraternity. 

GEORGE T. ELLIS Vicksburg 

Business Administration and Mathematics 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 



CLASS OF 



1962 




57 




SENIORS 



58 



RONALD ELLZEY 



Business Administration 



FERDINAND G. EPPS 



Kokomo 



New Zion, S.C. 



History 



Jackson 



SANDRA ERVIN 

Speech Therapy 

Sigma Alpha Eta; Student Christian Federation Officer; Newman Club; 

College Union Activities Board. 



CLIFFORD B. ESTES. JR. 



Laurel 



History 
PI Gamma Mu. 



GEORGE W. EWING, 2*E Biloxi 

Education 

Sigma Phi Epsilon Officer; Newman Club; Circle K; Vesper Choir. 



BARBARA EZELL 



Grenada 



Elementary Education 



MARSHALL J. FAYARD, JR. 

Business Administration 
Collegiate Civitan; Delta Sigma Pi; Dormitory Proctor. 



Bilox 



DICKIE SUE FELDER 



McComb 



Home Economics 



NANCY FIFE, Xfi Gulfport 

Home Economics 

Officer, Chi Omega; Home Economic Club; Dormitory Officer. 



R. H. FILLINGIM 



Business Administration 
Business Manager, CRUX. 



JOE NICK FITZGERALD 

Business Administration 



TOMMY FLEMING 



Mobile, Ala. 

McComb 
Laurens, S.C. 



Business Administration 



ROGER W, FLEURY 



Zoology 



FLOYD F. FLOWERS. Acacia 

Mathematics 



WILLIAM A. FORE 



Biloxi 

Mangum, Okla. 

Hattiesburg 



Accounting 



i CLASS OF 



TERRELL J. FOREHAND 

General Science 

KENNETH P. FORTE, IIKA 

Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi; Newman Club. 



JOHN FORTENBERRY 



Gulfport 



Hattiesburg 



Tylertown 



Education 



DAVID E. FOSTER, Acacia Hickory, N.C. 

Accounting 

President, Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Treasurer, I nterfraternity Council; Nominee, 

Who's Who; Officer, Acacia Fraternity. 

SUE FOUNTAIN Union 

Home Economics 

Vice President, Kappa Omicron Phi; Home Economics Club. 



LAWRENCE A. FOWLER 



Mobile, Ala. 



History 



MYRON FRAILEY, 2*E Biloxi 

Chemistry 

Southern Generals Drill Team; Yellow Jackets; Officer, Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Fraternity. 



EVELYN LOUISE FRANCIS, XO 

Elementary Education 
National Education Association. 



Hattiesburg 



DONALD L. FUELL, KA Guntersville, Ala. 

Chemistry 
Omicron Delta Kappa; Who's Who; "M" Club; Football Letterman; Base- 
ball Letterman; All-American (Football). 



JAMES E. GARDNER 



PAUL D. GARNER 



Physical Education 



LILLIAN GAYDEN, AAA 



History 



Art 



Waynesboro 



Raleigh 



Jackson 



Baptist Student Union; SCOPE Planning Committee; College Union Ac- 
tivities Board; Officer, Delta Delta Delta. 



CHARLOTTE V. GENTRY, ASA Memphis, Tenn. 

Theatre 
School Spirit Award; Historian, Treasurer, Southern Players; Business Man- 
ager, Alpha Psi Omega; Officer Alpha Sigma Alpha. 

LILLIAN PATRICIA GEORGE Natchez 

Spanish 

Student Printz; Secretary, Canterbury Club; Vice President, Pan American 

Student Association; Spanish Club; Le Cercie Franchis. 



CHARLES GERALD 



Hattiesburg 



1962 



Journalisr 




59 




SENIORS 



MILDRED JOYCE GILES 



Education 



Hattiesburg 



Laur 



MARY GILLILAND, *K 

Elementary Education 

Officer, Phi Mu; Southern Singers; Student National Educational Association; 

Westminster Fellowship. 

LINDA GILMORE, AZ 

Elementary Education 
Dixie Darling; Officer, Delta Zeta. 



Jackson 



JOHN W. GIVENS 



Education 



Brookhaven 



Pur 



JAMES E. GLASSCOCK 

Accounting 
Crown-Zellerback Scholarship; SCOPE Delegate. 



ROBERT BYRON GLOVER Manila, Philippine Islands 

Speech 

"Oklahoma"; Southern Players. 



WILLIAM COYTE GOOLSBY, Acacia Hickory Flat 

Mathematics- 
Officer, Acacia Fraternity; Omicron Delta Kappa; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Pi 



Kappa Delta; SCOPE; Debate Squad. 

JOHN GORDAY 

Business Administration 

CHARLOTTE GRAHAM 

Education 



Jacks 



Decatur 



MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY Jackson 

Speech & English 

Pi Tau Chi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Kappa Delta; Phi Delta Rho; Wesley Foun- 
dation Dormitory Officer; WAB Scholarship. 

ROBERT L. GRANTHAM 

Business Administration 
Baptist Student Union. 



Jackson 



JERRY GRAVES 



Columbia 



Mathematics 



BILLY GUY GRAY 



HORACE P. GRAY 



Physical Education 



Education 



Pelahatchie 



Waynesboro 



DIANE GREENE Mobile, Ala. 

Spanish 
Student Senate; Circle K Calendar Girl; Dormitory Officer; Spanish Club. 



NELDA REE GREENE Bay Springs 

Education 

Baptist Student Union; National Education Association. 



JOE F. GREGORY 



WILLIAM GRIST 



Business Administration 



General Science 



Farmville, N.J. 



Brocc 



MURIEL J. GROUE 



Education 



REO GROVER 



Industrial Arts 
Activity Director, Lambda Delta Sigma. 



JIMMY GUNTER 



Hattiesburg 



Pascagoula 



Speech 
Southern Broadcasters. 



LINDA GAIL GUNTER, KA Tupelo 

Music Education 

President, Tau Beta Sigma; Treasurer, Hattiesburg Hall; MSC Band; Mu 

Phi Epsilon; Treasurer; Jones Hall; Officer, Kappa Delta. 

BOBBY G. HADAWAY, IIKA Panama City, Fla. 

Business Administration 

Pledge President, Delta Sigma Pi; Yellow Jackets; Wesley Foundation; Conv 
mittee of 100, Religious Emphasis Week. 

LUIS HADDAD Venezuela 

Economics 

President, Pan American Student Association; Secretary, Economics Society; 

Newman Club; Student Christian Federation; Yellow Jackets. 



CAROLON C. HALL 



Home Economics 



Kokor 



Naples, Fla. 



JAMES EARL HALL 

Education 
Sigma Delta Psi; Yellow Jackets. 

PATRICIA HALL, 222 Picayune 

English 

Recording Secretary, Sigma Sigma Sigma; Dormitory Officer. 



JOHN CARLTON HAMILTON 

Business Administration 

EMORY HAMMETT, KA 

Art 
Officer, Kappa Alpha. 



MURIEL ANN HANNA 



5 

Hurley 
Hattiesburg 

Natchez 



Recreation 



CLASS OF 



1962 



Wesley Foundation; Recreation Club; National Recreation Association; 
House Chairman; House Council. 




61 




SENIORS 



JANIE HANS 


English 




Pascagoula 


JIMMY HANSEL 


Chemistry 




Hattiesburg 


CARSTEN HANSEN 






Hazlehurst 




Personnel Manag 


ement 





WILLIAM A. HANSEN, JR. Long Beach 

Business Administration 

Newman Club; Delta Sigma Pi. 

MARIE HANSON Escatawpa 

Education 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Gamma Mu. 

CAMILLE HARMON Moorhead 

Education 

Wesley- Foundation; Student National Educational Association. 



RICH HARNIST Belleville, III. 

Marketing 

Executive Secretary, Pi Sigma Epsilon. 

TALMAGE DWAIN HARPER Laurel 

Music Education 

Outstanding Music Major Award; Vice President Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Mu 

Alpha; Kappa Delta Pi;' Pi Kappa Pi; SCOPE Delegate. 

MARY PALMER HARRISON, AZ Walnut 

Home Economics 

Home Economic Club; Baptist Student Union. 



CLAYTON HARRISON 








Waynesboro 


Education 










MARY ELLEN HARROD, 223 








Fairhope, Ala. 


Marketing 










President, Sigma Sigma Sigma; President, Re' 
Rho Epsilon; Newman 


alii 
CI 


ng & 
lib. 


M 


erchandising Club; 


JIMMY HART 








Brookhaven 


Industrial Arts 










lota Lambda Sigma. 









HOWARD C. HARTLEY 

Personnel Management 



FAYE HASTINGS 



biology 
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Wesley Foundation. 



BESSIE HATTEN 



Lucedale 
Jackson 

Mississippi City 



Elementary Education 



111H1111 



LARRY PETE HATTEN, 24>E Poplarville 

Psychology & History 
Scabbard and Blade; Yellow Jackets; Tennis Letterman; "M" Club; MSC 



JIMMIE HAVARD 



SAMMY HAVARD 



Band. 



History Education 



Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 



Lucedale 



Crosby 



GEORGE W. HAYDEN, JR., KS Birmingham, Ala. 

Education 

Senator; Officer, Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 

HAROLD HAYS, ATlfi Hattiesburg 

Business Administration 

"M" Club; Varsity Football Letterman. 

DORRIS J. HEBERT Long Beach 

French 

Le Cercle Francais; Pen and Sword. 



CHARLES HEIDELBURG 


Hattiesburg 


Accounting 




CHARLES RAYMOND HENCELY 


Marianna, Fla. 


Library Science 





Circle K; National Education Association; Choir. 

HAROLD HENTHORN Biloxi 

History 



DOROTHY SANDRA HENZE Wiggins 

Home Economics 
Officer, Dormitory; Baptist Student Fellowship; Officer; Baptist Student 

Union. 

RUBY JEAN HERRINGTON Mize 

Elementary Education 
Baptist Student Union; Baptist Student Fellowship; National Education 



EARL R. HESSLER, JR. 



Association. 



History 



Forty Fort, Pa. 



G. WAYNE HESTER 



Memphis, Tenn. 



Mathematics 



CLAIRE HILDERBRAND Bentonia 

Library Science 

Greater Council, Baptist Student Union; Delegate, SCOPE; Mississippi 

Library Association Scholarship. 



A. JERRY HILLIARD 



Tylertown 



CLASS OF 



1962 



Industrial Arts 




63 




SENIORS 



64 



PATTY BOND HINSON 


Tylertown 


Elementary Education 




EDITH MAE HINTON 


Jackson 


Sociology 




Secretary, Pen & Sword Club. 




TOMMY L. HITT 


Little Rock 



Business Administration 



SANDRA HOLDER 



Education 



WALTER MAJOR HOLIFIELD 

Psychology 



J. P. HOLLAND 



Waynesboro 



Laurel 



Lucedale 



Industrial Arts 



EVELYN HOLMES 



Columbia 



Accounting 



DON HOOD Marks 

Theatre 

Alpha Psi Omega; President, Southern Players; Special Musical Award. 



JAMES P. HOWARD 



Litchfield, 



Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi. 



4 



BOB HUBBARD Woveland 

History 

President, Newman Club; MSC Marching Band. 

PETER H. HUBBELL, KA Biloxi 

Business Administration 



ANDREW HUDDLE 



Mississippi City 



Mathematics 



ORLANE HUFF 



Jackson 



Education 



BARBARA JO HUGHES, KA McComb 

Recreation 

Featurette, MSC Marching Band- MSC Beauty; Phi Kappa Sweetheart; 

Officer, Kappa Delta. 

BILL H. HUGHES, IIKA Gulfport 

Business Administration 

Head Cheerleader; Delta Sigma Pi; Officer, Pi Kappa Alpha; Interfraternity 

Council. 



KENNETH HUGHES 



Management 



BARBARA LEE IRVING, AZ Alexandria, Va. 

Sociology 
Panhellenic Representative; Baptist Student Union; Student Christian Fed- 
eration. 

SARAH JACKSON Kosciusko 

Medical Technology 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Westminster Fellowship. 



MELVYN JAMES 



Business Administration 



CLARA ODEN JOHNSON 

Elementary Education 



Gulfport 



Waynesboro 



JOE JOHNSON, *KT 

Business Administration 
President, Phi Kappa Tau; Collegiate Civitan; Interfraternity Council. 



MARVIN AMOUS JOHNSON 

Education 



NELDA WOOD JOHNSON 



History 



SUE JOHNSON 

Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Baptist Student Union. 



Tylertown 
Tylertown 
Tylertown 



WILLIAM LEWIS JOHNSON Hattiesburg 

Physics 

President, Physics Society; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Omicron Delta Kappa; 

German Club. 

LUCRETIA JOHNSTON Jackson 

Physical Education 

Treasurer, Women's Physical Education Club; Intramural Director; Officer, 

Weathersby Hall. 



GERALD WAYNE JONES 

Business Administration 



Enterprise 



PAGE JONES, Xfi 

Theatre 
Senator; Pi Delta Phi; Southern Players; Alpha Psi Omega, President 



5 

Laurel 



WILEY W. JONES 



Bucatunna 



History 

Wesley Foundation; Alpha Psi Omega; Secretary, Treasurer, Southern 
Players; Cast "Oklahoma" and "Damn Vankees." 



CAROL LYNNE JORDAN 

Spanish & French 



Picayune 



CLASS OF 



1962 




65 




SENIORS 



i 

LESTER L. KAVAN Morse Bluff, Neb. 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Pi. 

MICHAEL F. KAVANAUGH, Z*E Hattiesburg 

Physics 

Circle K; Baptist Student Union; Student Christian Federation; Physics 

Club; Interfraternity Council Representative. 

PATSY MARIE KELLY Laurel 

Education 

Baptist Student Union; Student National Education Association; Dormitory 

Council; Home Economics Club. 



JANICE RUTH KERVIN 

Elementary Education 



BEVERLY KING, *.M 



Home Economics 
Dixie Darling. 



JANIE WELCH KING 

Education 
Student National Education Association. 



Prentiss 



Meadville 



Liberty 



LYNDA KINTON, ASA Brooklyn 

Education 
Officer, Student Christian Federation; REW Committee of 100; MSC March- 
ing Band; Dixie Darlings. 



JAMES W. KITTRELL 



Hattiesburg 



Business Administration 



Akron, Ohio 



TED KMET 

History 

Treasurer, Omicron Delta Kappa; President, Pi Tau Chi; Martin Luther 

Fellowship; Pi Gamma Mu; Phi Eta Sigma. 



ROSALIE KRESTEEL 



Hattiesburg 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 



OUENTIN A. KUTTENKULER 

Mathematics 

CAROLYN SUE LADNER 

Business Education 
Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi; Baptist Student Union 



Poplarville 



JANELLE LADNER 



LANNY N. LADNER 



Elementary Education 



Business Administration 



JERRY G. LANDRUM 



Picayune 

Hattiesburg 

Picayune 



Business Administration 



ANN BELL LANGLEY Pascagoula 

Medical Technology 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Secretary, Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta Beta Beta. 



PAUL M. LAWSON 



Physical Education 



INA FAYE LEACH 

Education 
Baptist Student Union Greater Council 



Gillsburg 



Union 



SHIRLEY A. LEE 
MACK LEGGETT 



Physical Education 
Accounting 



Foxworth 



Heidelberg 



ANN LEGUAY, AZ Bogalusa, La. 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; Marketing Club; Newman Club; Officer, Delta Zeta 

Sorority. 



LORETTA LEITERMAN Pensacola, Fla. 

Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Recording Secretary, Newman Club; National Education 

Association; Kappa Mu Epsilon. 



RICHARD CHARLES LENOIR 

Mathematics 



ANN LEONARD 



Purvis 



Bogue Chitto 



Education 
Phi Chi Theta. 



DONNA RUTH LEVERETT, ASA Hattiesburg 

Heme Economics 
Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation; Officer, Alpha Sigma Alpha. 

CHARLIE L. LIGHTSEY Sandersville 

History 
Vice President, Westminster Fellowship; Religious Emphasis Week Committee. 



ROBERT N. LINDENBORN, ATO 

Management 



Pensacola, Fla. 



ROBERT L. LINGLE, IIKA 

Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi; Collegiate Civitan. 



JAMES S. LISENBEE 



LOUISE LISTER 



Business Administration 



Elementary Education 



Laurel 

Hattiesburg 
Pensacola, Fla. 



CLASS OF 



1962 




67 




SENIORS 



JERALD LAMAR LITTLE 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 



JOY LIVAVDAIS 



CHARLES W. LOGAN 



Music Education 



Enterprise 

Escatawpa 
Hattiesburg 



Business Administration 



J. BRYAN LONG, IIKA 

Business Administration 
Vice President, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



GAIL LONGINO 



English 



SHELTON LEE LOPER 

Accounting 
Westminster Fellowship; Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 



Brandon 



Poplarville 



Laurel 



JAMES ALEXANDER LOWE 

Architectural Drafting 
Yellow Jackets; lota Lambda Sigma. 



ANNE LOWRY 



Lumberton 



Woodville 



History 
Kappa Delta Pi 



MARTHA JANE MAGEE, AZA Mt. Olive 

Education 

Kappa Delta Pi; Baptist Student Union; Physical Education Club. 



ROBERT MAHER Osyka 

Mathematics 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; Collegiate Civitan; MSC Aero Club. 

GEORGE MICHAEL MAITRE, ATfi Mobile, Ala. 

Biology 

President, Alpha Tau Omega; Secretary, Interfraternity Council. 



JAMES S. MAJOR 



Hattiesburg 



English 



BARBARA MAJURE Madden 

Elementary Education 

Wesley Foundation; Student Education Association. 

LARRY MALLEY, K2 Grcton, N.Y. 

History & Government 

Phi Gamma Mu; Pi Alpha Theta; Pi Kappa Pi. 

ED MANESS Hattiesburg 

Marketing 

Basketball Letterman; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



BENNY JOE MARDIS, IIKA 



ROBERT C. MARINO 



Recreation 



Marketing 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



Jackson 



New Orleans, La. 



HAROLD E. MARSH, ATO 

Business Administration 



Gulfport 



BILLY J. MARTIN 



Biology 



Montrose 



Prichard, Ala. 



JAMES W. MARTIN, JR. 

Management 
Station Manager, WMSU; Southern Broadcasters; Yellow Jackets; Pi Sigma 

Epsilon. 



MARIANNA M. MARTIN 



Brandon 



Home Economics 



MARY MARTIN, KA Tylertown 

English 
Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart; MSC Beauty; Senior Senator; Panhellenic Repre- 
sentative; Officer, Kappa Delta. 



ROBERT L. MARTIN 



History 



PATRICIA S. MASON 

Home Economics 
Dixie Darling; Home Economics Club; Newman Club 



Pensacola, Fla. 
Magnolia 



Picayune 



PATRICIA LOUISE MAUFFRAY 

Business Education 

Phi Chi Theta; John Henry Newman Honorary Catholic Society; Dormitory 

Council; Newman Club. 

MARTHA McBRIDE, A2A Poplarville 

Business Education 

Kappa Delta Pi- Officer, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Pi Omega Pi- Phi Chi Theta- 
U.B.E.A.; S.B.E.A. 



DALTOM McCABE 



Gloster 



Business Administration 



HOWARD McCAIN, ato 

Business Administration 

ROBERT CECIL McCANN, JR. 

Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi; Yellow Jackets. 

MICHAEL McCOBB 

Psychology 
Psychology Club; Religious Emphasis Week Committee. 



5 

Merigold 
Mendenhall 



CLASS OF 



1962 




69 




THE 



SENIORS 



miinii 



W. RUSH McCULLOUGH 



CHARLES McDANIEL 



Education 



Pascagoula 



McComb 
Accounting 
Secretary-Treasurer, Alpha Epsilon Alpha: Baptist Student Union: Delta 
Sigma Pi. 



BARBARA HATTEN McDONALD 

Recreation 



Pur 



GERALD R. McDONALD 

Business Administration 

AUDREY MclNNIS 

Elementary Education 

MILTON C. McKAY, 4>KT 



Pass Christian 



w 



ggms 



Hattiesburg 
Education 
Officer, Phi Kappa Tau; Student Group Leader; Student Union Activities; 
Cheerleader; Spirit Committee. 



DEWEY E. McKEE 



Waynesbcr 



History 



NANCY McKIE New Orleans, La. 

Piano 

Westminster Fellowship; Student Christian Federation- REW Committee of 

100; Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union; MSC Singers. 



ROBERT TOY McLAUGHLIN, K2 

Business Administration 
Treasurer, Kappa Sigma. 



Dublin 



MARY MADONNA McLAURIN, 222 Bogalusa, La. 

Elementary Education 

Officer, Sigma Sigma Sigma; National Education Association; Westminster 

Fellowship. 

CAROLYN McLEAN, A2.A Meridian 

Education 

Officer, Atpha Sigma Alpha; Pi Omega Pi; Phi Chi Theta; Kappa Delta 

Pi; Baptist Student Union; Model Panhellenic Pledge. 



REBECCA McMAHON 



Natchez 



Office Management 



NEIL R. McMILLER, HKA Berrien Springs, Mich. 

English 

Pi Gamma Mu; SCOPE- Yellow Jackets; Student Senate; Cheerleader. 



MARY SUE RUSH McNEAL 

Business Education 



Hattiesburg 



Laurel 



MARTHA VIRGINIA McNEILL 

Home Economics 

Home Economics Club; Student National Educational Association; Baptist 

Student Union; Dormitory Council. 



i CLASS OF 



WENDELL McNIEL 



Chemistry 



STEVEN MORRIS MEADOR 

Business Administration 
Treasurer, "M" Club. 

MARY ANN BRUCHOK MELLEN 

Education 



Louin 



Tachin, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 



THOMAS P. MELTON 



SARA MERCIER, 222 



Accounting 



Education 



Evergreen, Ala. 



Summit 



Beta Beta Beta; Panhellenic Representative; Corresponding Secretary, Sigma 
Sigma Sigma. 



PHILIP BYRON MERRICK 



Western Springs, II 



History 
Pen & Sword. 



WILLIAM A. MERTON Fostoria, Ohio 

Music Education 
Vice President, Omicron Delta Kappa; First Vice President, Student Govern- 
ment Association; Who's Who; Treasurer, Phi Eta Sigma. 

LEE ROY MEYERS Biloxi 

Business Administration 

President, Dormitory; Newman Club. 



RANDY MILES 



Jackson 



Speech Therapy 



JOSEPH HOWELL MILLER, IIKA Sallis 

Business Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Baptist Student Union; Baptist Student 

Union, Greater Council. 



LEE MILLER, IIKA 


Accounting 


Reading, Pa. 


MARVIN MILLER 


Music Education 


Louisville 



F. W. MILLING 






Canton 


Psychology 
Delta Sigma Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha 

Board. 


Eps 


Ion 


Alpha; Men's Affairs 


CECIL E. MILLS 






Waynesboro 


Education 








J. P. MOAK 






Bogue Chitto 


Education 









1962 





71 







SENIORS 



72 



RUSSELL E. MOHNEY 



PATRICIA ANN MOODY 



History 



Education 



BILLY FRED MOORE 

Pre-Med 
Beta Beta Beta; Lab Instructor. 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Orrville, Ala. 



JANICE MOORE, #M Hattiesburg 

Home Economics 
Officer, Phi Mu; Kappa Omicron Phi; Betty Duke Craft Scholarship Award. 



WENDELL D. MOORE 

Mathematics 

WILLIAM ROY MOORE, JR. 

Education 
Pen & Sword. 



Benndale 



Ocean Springs 



DONALD MORAN 




Education 


Gulfport 


HENRY G. MORGAN 




English 
Editor, CRUX. 


Hattiesburg 


PEGGY N. MORGAN 




Mathematics 


Morgantown 




Kappa Mu Epsilon. 





ANN ROUSE MORRIS Poplarville 

Business Education 

Phi Theta Kappa; Future Business Leaders of America. 



HUGH H. MORRIS 



Recreation 
Manager, Basketball Team. 



CORLEY MORSE, KZ 



Ames, loVva 



McLaurin 



Mathematics 



PATRICIA MORSE 


Education 
Sigma Alpha Eta. 




Hattiesburg 


ROBERT MOSELEY 


History 




Hattiesburg 


DEWEY F. MOSER 


History 
Pen & Sword. 


A 


inandale, Va. 



i CLASS OF 



JULIE S. MOUNT 



Vicksburg 



Spanish 



Wesley Fellowship; Treasurer, Spanish Club; Pi Kappa Pi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; CRUX Staff; Pan American Student Association. 



FRANCES MULLEN 



MARLENE MUNN 



Business Education 



Elementary Education 



Brookhaven 
Union 



PEGGY ANN MURPHY 

History 
Phi Gamma Mu; Kappa Delta Phi 



BONNIE MURRAY, 3>M 



Home Economics 



ANGELENE WILLIAMS MYERS 

Business Education 



2 

Gulfport 

Pascagoula 
Hattiesburg 



CARY FRANK MYERS Port Arthur, Texas 

Math & History 

Kappa Mu Epsilon; German Club. 



Jayess 
Collins 



WAYNE B. MYERS 






History 


JOSEPH D. NAIL 






Sociology 



LEONARD NAPIER, JR., Acacia 

Education 



BOOTH NATIONS 



Hattiesburg 



Brookhaven 



Industrial Arts 



HAROLD LUTHER NATIONS Brookhaven 

Education 

Iota Lambda Sigma, Secretary and Treasurer. 



MARY WALKER NATIONS 



5 

Brookhaven 



Accounting 

Secretary, Freshman Class; March of Dimes Queen, Hattiesburg Hall; Alpha 

Epsilon Alpha. 

WILLIAM C. NEAL, JR., IIKA Morton 

Corrective Therapy 

MARTHA ELAINE NECAISE Pass Christian 

Home Economics 
Miss Newmanite; Corresponding Secretary, Newman Club; Home Economics 

Club. 




1962 




73 




SENIORS 



ELIZABETH NEELLY, AAA Jackson 

Education 
Cheerleader; Officer, Delta Delta Delta; President College Union Activi- 
ties; Recreation Club; Baptist Student Union. 

WILLIAM N. NELSON, IIKA Jackson 

Accounting 

President, Pi Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi. 

LINDA J. NEWTON, AAA Columbia 

Business Education 
Pi Omega Pi; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student National Educational Asso- 
ciation; Kappa Delta Pi. 



CURTIS FERREL NICHOLSON Laurel 

Business Administration 

JIMMY NOBLES, IIKA Jackson 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Pi; Officer, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

HATTIE PEARL NUNNERY Liberty 

Business Education 

Baptist Student Union; Student National Educational Association; Pi Omega 

Pi; Dormitory Officer. 



DONALD OAKES 



Education 



Viclcsburg 



Pensacola, Fla. 



JAMES D. O'CONNOR 

Mathematics 
Vice President Kappa Mu Epsilon. 

NANCI OFFUTT, ASA New York, N.Y. 

Secretarial Studies 

Officer, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Westminster Fellowship; Phi Chi Theta. 



4 






ANN O'QUIN 


Journalism 


Magnolia 


CHARLES RAY O'QUIN 


Mathematics 


Tylertown 


A. J. ORTIZ 




Hattiesburg 



Music 



RICHARD EARL OSBURN 



Physics 



ROY THOMAS O'SHIELDS, KA 

Marketing 
Officer, Kappa Alpha; Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



WENDELL H. OTT 



Tupelo 



Osyka 



Government 



DONIA MASKE OVERBY 



Meridian 



Home Economics 



Kappa Delta Pi; Secretary, Home Economics Club; Student National Educa- 
tion Association; Officer, Dormitory; Baptist Student Union. 



MAXWELL PACE 



PERCY LEE PARKER 



Chemistry 



History 



Hattiesburg 



Morton 



LINDA JANE PARKER 

Music Education 
Mu Phi Epsilon; Vesper Choir. 



Laurel 



Prichard, Ala. 



WILLIAM C. PARKER, JR. 

Personnel Management 
Yellow Jackets; Southern Generals; Pi Sigma Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade. 



WILBERT PARNELL 



Seaboard, Ala. 



Education 



RHETTA PATE Kreole 

Wesley Foundation; Student National Education Association Chorus. 
Education 



HAROLD J. PATTERSON 



Education 



JIM H. PAYNE 



Brookhaven 



Pensacola 



Education 
Football Letterman, "M" Club. 



DIANE PEARCE, KA 

Elementary Education 
Canterbury Club; Home Economics Club. 

CHARLES M. PEDEN 

Business Administration 

CARL E. PEDERSEN, JR. 



Jackson 



Philadelphia 



Alexandria, Va. 



Biology 
Scabbard & Blade; Collegiate Civitan; Mississippians. 



BRUCE PEEPLES 



Economics 
Historian, Delta Sigma Pi 



JAMES B. PERMENTER 

Business Administration 



ROBERT G. PERRY 



Marks 



Macon 



Pachuta 



Biology 



CLASS OF 



1962 




75 




SENIORS 



EDWARD A. PETRO, JR., ATft Leland 

Recreation 
Vice President, Alpha Tau Omega; "M" Club; Newman Club; Tennis Team. 



BECKY PHILLIPS, Xfi 



Poplar 



Business Education 



Pi Omega Pi; United Business Education Association; Baptist Student Union; 
National Educational Association. 



DAVID D. PHILLIPS 



Robertsdale, Ala. 



Management 



GENE PHILLIPS, A2* Marietta, Ga. 

Mathematics & English 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; Circle K Club; Student Printz Staff; Wesley Foundation. 



L. E. PHILLIPS, K2 



RAY C. PHILLIPS, ATfi 



Accounting 



Hattiesburg 



Pontotoc 



Psychology 

Officer, Alpha Tau Omega; [nterfraternity Council; Psychology Club; Ger 

man Club; Beta Beta Beta. 



LARRY L. PIEFER 



Walnut 



Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 



RALPH PINCKLEY, Acacia Alexandria, La. 

Sociology 

Officer, Acacia Fraternity; Pi Kappa Delta; REW Committee of 100; 

SCOPE; German Club; Baptist Student Union. 



HOLLY A. PINER 



Columbia 



Business Administration 



JIMMIE E. POOLE DeKalb 

History 

President, Baptist Student Union; Student Christian Federation; Student 

National Education Association. 

STEPHEN P. PORCARI, IIKA New Egypt, N.J. 

Mathematics & German 
Drill Team; German Club; Newman Club; Southern Players; Sports Car Club. 



WALTER POSER 



Fairhope, Ala. 



Business Administration 



Omicron Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi, President; Martin 
Luther Fellowship; Treasurer SGA. 



BETTY POWELL, AZ Lucedale 

Business Education 

Officer, Delta Zeta; Dormitory Officer; Baptist Student Union. 

FRANK BENNETT POWERS Utica 

Business Administration 

Officer, Delta Sigma Pi; Student Court- Men's Affairs Board- Dormitory 

Officer. 



JOE KENNIETH POWERS, ATO 

Management 
Baptist Student Union. 



Meadville 






JIM A. PREWITT 



Psychology 
Wesley Foundation. 



CATHERINE PRISOCK 

Business Education 
Officer, Dormitory; Phi Chi Theta. 

DAVID W. PYLE, IIKA 



Long Beach 



Pascagoula 



Gulfport 



Speech 
Pi Tau Chi; Secretary, Pi Kappa Alpha; President, Canterbury Club; Dor- 
mitory Proctor; Committee of 100, Religious Emphasis Week. 



PATTY QUINN 



JIMMIE RAMSAY 



Library Science 



Mathematics 



2 

Jackson 
Prentiss 



JOHN FRANCIS RATESIC McKeesport, Pa. 

Mathematics 
Football Letterman; "M" Club; Kappa Mu Epsilon; Newman Club. 



MARY RAYBORN 



Sumral 



Biology 

Beta Beta Beta; Alpha Epsilon Delta; American Chemical Society Baptist 

Student Union; SCOPE. 



CAROLINE READY 



Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 



Journalism 



Society Editor, Student Printz; SOUTHERN Staff; Dixie Darling; SCOPE; 
President, Dormitory; Women's Affairs Board. 



GEORGE ARTHUR REED 



Magee 



History 



JOHN THOMAS REEVE Rochester, Minn. 

Business Administration 

Westminster Fellowship; Psychology Club. 



LARON REEVES 

Management 

BONNIE LYNN RENFRO 

Elementary Education 



Bogue Chitto 



Hattiesburg 
Kappa Delta Pi; Student National Education Association. 



MARY ALICE RENFROE 



AMELIA REYNOLDS 



Home Economics 



Music Education 



FRANCES C. REYNOLDS 

Home Economics Education 



Jayess 



Atmore, Ala. 



Ellisville 



CLASS OF 



1962 




77 




SENIORS 



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DONALD M. RICHARDSON 

Business Administration 



JOHN M. RICHARDSON 



OPAL RICHARDSON 



Mathematics 



History 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 



TOMMY JOE RICHARDSON Enterprise 

English 

SCOPE; Kappa Delta Pi; Public Relations, Wesley Foundation; Treasurer, 

Mississippi Methodist Student Movement; Choir. 



KATHERINE RICHIE 



Richton 



Mathematics 

Tau Beta Sigma; MSC Band; National Education Association; Baptist Student 

Union Greater Council; Kappa Mu Epsilon. 

MARY ELIZABETH RIDLEHOOVER, *.M Jackson 

Business Education 
Panhellenic Delegate; Baptist Student Union; Psychology Club; Rush Chair- 
man, Pledge Trainer, Phi Mu. 



MARJORIE RIGDON 

Clothing 
Dixie Darling; Retail Merchandising Club. 



NICK RISK, Acacia 



Laurel 



Hattiesburg 



Education 



PAUL RIVET, JR. Balboa, Canal Zone 

Business Administration 



ANTHONY MICHAEL RIZZI 

Mathematics 



CAREY WILLIAM ROBERTS 



Mathematics 



JAMES ALVER ROBERTS 



Bilox 



McComb 



Summit 



Education 
Wesley Foundation. 



WILLIAM HOMER ROBERTS 

Mathematics 



CHARLES E. ROBERTSON 



Education 



MURRAY ROBERTSON 

Religion and Philosophy 



Pur 



Ellisville 



Ellisville 



CRAWFORD M. ROBINSON, Acacia 
Education 
Intercollegiate Bowling Team. 



Mobile, Ala. 



NELL ROBINSON Fulton 

English 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Officer, Pan American Student Association; Spanish 

Club; Wesley Fellowship. 



REBECCA ROBINSON 



Waynesboro 



Elementary Education 



RICHARD ALBERT ROBINSON 

Mathematics 
Physics Club; Kappa Mu Epsilon. 



ROBERT ROBINSON 



Pascagoula 



French Camp 



Business Administration 



HENRY P. ROBSON, JR., K2 

Mathematics 
Newman Club; Officer, Kappa Sigma Fraternity. 



Natchez 



RAUL RODRIGUEZ Hattiesburg 

Psychology 

Officer, Pan American Student Association. 



JANICE ROGERS, *M 


Jackson 


Business Education 




Officer, Phi Mu. 




MAZIE McRANEY ROGERS 


Collins 


Home Economics 




Home Economics Club. 






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PEGGY ANN ROGERS 


Brookhaven 


Home Economics 





LANCE E. ROOKER, KS Laurel 

Industrial Arts 
Officer, Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Outstanding Member, lota Lambda Sigma. 

MADELYN ROUSE, XU Poplarville 

Music 
Mu Phi Epsilon; Choral Union; Wesley Foundation. 



CAROLYN ROWLEY 

Elementary Education 

MARION RUFF, Acacia 



THOMAS RUFFIN 



Chemistry 



Business Administration 
Rho Epsilon. 



Jayess 



Jackson 



New Augusta 



CLASS OF 



1962 




79 




THE 



SENIORS 



JAMES E. RUSHING 



MARILYN RUSHING 



Education 



Business Education 



Magnolia 
McCall Creek 



WYLODENE RUSHING McCall Creek 

Education 
Baptist Student Union Executive Council; Independent Voters League; Dor- 
mitory Officer. 



ELLA JO RUSSELL, AZ Monticello 

Elementary Education 

Baptist Student Union; House Chairman, Delta Zeta. 

JANE RYALS Atlanta, Ga. 

Home Economics 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Vice President, Kappa Delta Pi; Executive Council, 

Baptist Student Union; Kappa Omicron Phi. 

JOSE M. SAENZ Hattiesburg 

Business Administration 

Yellow Jackets; Pan American Student Association; Soccer Team. 



MERLE A. SANDSTROM 



Glendive, Mont. 



History 



CHARLES SAUL Purvis 

Music Education 

Kappa Kappa Psi; Yellow Jackets; Southern Squires Dance Orchestra. 



BOBBY SCARBOROUGH 



Bilox 



Mathematics 



KATHY SCHOLTES 



MARTHA JANE SCOTT 



Art 



French 



Bilox 



Laurel 



Pi Delta Phi; Wesley Foundation; Student Education Association; Dormitory 
Council; French Club. 



SAMMYE SCOTT 



Fairhope, Ala. 



Library Science 



VIRGINIA SCOTT 



Houlka 



Business Education 



Civic Chairman, Dormitory; Baptist Student Union; National Education 
Association; Phi Chi Theta. 



BILLY F. SEAL 



Education 



Pascagoula 



ELIZABETH SEAMEN, ASA 

Business Administration 

President Secretary Alpha Sigma Alpha; Librarian, Editor, Newman Club; 

President, Dormitory; SCOPE; Phi Chi Theta. 



HARRIET SELLERS 
JOANN SELLERS 



Education 



Home Economics 
Home Economics Club. 



Laurel 



Laur 



SHELDON SEUZENEAU 



Bay St. Louis 



Chemistry 



HELEN SEVIER Enterprise 

Business Administration 

Phi Chi Theta; Retailing & Merchandising Club. 



CARL HAVEN SHAW 
BILL SHELTON 



Education 
Business Administration 



Slate Springs 
Ripley 



TOMMIE C. SHERMAN 

Business Education 
Dormitory Officer; Wesley Foundation. 



Taylo 



BONNIE SHIELDS 



LINDA SHOWS 



Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 



Home Economics 



ylorsville 



Wiggins 



Ovett 



Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa 
Omicron Pi. 



WILLIAM L. SIMKINS 

Business Administration & Economics 
Omicron Delta Gamma. 



Decatur 



ROSEMARY SIMMONS Magnolia 

Piano 
Mu Phi Epsilon; MSC Singers; College Chorus. 



CLYDE SIMPSON 



Hattiesburg 



Physics 



JAMES KENNETH SIMPSON Montgomery, Ala. 

Music 
Phi Mu Alpha; Outstanding Band Student; President MSC Band. 



JOHN SIMPSON 



Houston 



Accounting 

Delta Sigma Pi; President, Student Government Association; President, 

Junior Class; Alpha Epsilon Alpha; Scabbard & Blade. 

EVELYN SINCLAIR McComb 

Elementary Education 

Pledge Sweetheart of Phi Kappa Tau; Dormitory Officer. 



CLASS OF 



1962 





JACKIE SLATON 



ROBERT H. SLAY, KA 



Physical Education 



Marketing 



Jackson 



Waynesboro 



BOBBY CAROLYN SMITH 

Elementary Education 
President, Executive Council, Baptist Student Union. 



Meridian 



EMILY SMITH, KA 



FREDA SMITH 



GEORGE SMITH 



Art Education 



Home Economics 



Business Administration 



Indianola 



Union 



Sontao 



Ocean Sprinqs 



McComb 



GEORGE ALBERT SMITH 

Office Management 

GEORGE ALEXANDER SMITH, A.TA 

Accounting 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 

JAMES LYNN SMITH Columbia 

Physics 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; President, Physics Club. 



JIMMY C. SMITH 



Industrial Arts Education 



JAUN A. SMITH, Z*E 

Business Administration 
Interfraternity Council. 



LEWIS L. SMITH, JR. 



Wesson 



Pass Christian 



Wiggins 



Business Administration 



MARY GEORGE SMITH Hattiesburg 

Music Education 

Mu Phi Epsilon; Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Sigma Alpha Outstanding 

Music Student. 



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SENIORS 



82 



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MYRALYNN SMITH, XV. 



New Orleans, La. 



Home Economics 

Treasurer, Fencing Club; Treasurer, Panhellenic Council; Corresponding 

Secretary, Chi Omega; Freshman Counselor, Westminster Fellowship. 



DON R. SNYDER 



lie 



History 
Pen and Sword Club. 



RUTH SOFEY 



Business Education 



JUDY ANNA SPEED, <S>M 



LEXFORD SPEED 



Business Education 



Business Administration 



Gulfport 



Ocean Springs 



Petal 



DURIS SPEIGHTS, JR. 



2 

Purvis 



History 



GLENN SPILLER Chickasaw, Ala. 

Music 
Phi Mu Alpha; Band; Orchestra; Opera Orchestra; Wind Ensemble. 

DON L. SPRAUL New Orleans, La. 

Education 



GLENDA SPURLIN Heidelberg 

Biology 

President, Beta Beta Beta; Psychology Club; German Club; Southern 

Singers; Baptist Student Union; Student NEA. 



DAVID EDWARD STEELE 

Mathematics 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; Physics Club. 



PETE STEGENGA 



Purvi' 



Pass Christian 



Mathematics 



TED STEINRUCKEN 



4 

Jackson 



Education 



MARCUS A. STENNETT, KS Hattiesburg 

Education 
Pi Gamma Mu; Vice President, Kappa Delta Pi; Student Government Asso- 
ciations Elections Committee; Officer, Kappa Sigma. 



MARTHA STENNETT, Al 



Laurel 



Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 



CHARLES STEVENS 



5 

Ellisville 



Religion & Philosophy 



JOHN C. STEVENS Hattiesburg 

Architectural Drafting 

lota Lambda Sigma; Industrial Arts Honorary Fraternity. 



DELORES STEVERSON 



Jackson 



Education 



CLASS OF 



1962 




83 




FRANCES STEWARD 



Education 



Magee 



FRANCES DIANA STEWART, XO Poplarville 

History 
Sweetheart, Alpha Tau Omega; MSC Beauty; Senior Secretary; Dixie Darling- 
Vice President, Wesley Foundation, Secretary, Pi Tau Chi. 

CHARLES A. STILL, JR. Hattiesburg 

History & English 

President, Omicron Delta Kappa; 1st Vice President, Student Government 

Association; SUSSA Service Award; Who's Who; BSU. 



JUDITH HARDIN STILL, nB$ Hattiesburg 

English 
President Pi Delta Phi; Vice President, Student Christian Federation; Sec- 
retary, Baptist Student Union; Treasurer, Pi Beta Phi. 



WILLIAM T. STONE 

Mathematics 
Kappa Mu Epsilon; Yellow Jackets. 



MILDRED STOVALL 



Gulfport 



Leakesville 



Business Education 



President, Westminster Fellowship, Dormitory Council, Committee of 100, 
Religious Emphasis Week; Student Christian Federation Council. 



J. K. STRINGER, JR. 



M. K. STRINGFELLOW 



Mathematics 



Education 



AMARYLLIS STROUD 



Summit 



Lucedale 



Meridian 



Elementary Education 

Kappa Delta Pi. 



BUDDY STUART 



VIRGINIA STUBBS 



Business Administration 



Education 



Hattiesburq 
Collins 



LOUISE STUCKEY Columbia 

Piano Pedaqoqy 

Mu Phi Epsilon; Pi Kappa Lambda; Freshman Counselor. 



RONALD SUBER 



Meadeville 



Education 



THE 




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SENIORS 




84 



JAMES ROBERT SULLIVAN 

Journalism 
Student Printz Staff. 



JERRY SULLIVAN 



Spanish 



Soso 



Hattiesburg 



MAXIE SULLIVAN 
JAMES S. SUMRALL 



I 

Mize 



Education 



Hattiesburg 
Mathematics 
Yellow Jackets; American Chemistry Society; Physics Club; German Club. 

JUDITH SUSSMAN, Mi Hot Springs, Ark. 

Education 

10 Best Dressed; Committee of 100, Religious Emphasis Week. 



SARA ANNE SUTPHEN 



Home Economics 



Greenwood 
Hansonville, Va. 



CHARLENE SUTTON, AZ 

Home Economics 
Officer, Delta Zeta; Dormitory Council; Home Economics Club. 

JANET COLLEEN SWICEGOOD, #M Margarita, Canal Zone 

Business Education 

Officer, Phi Mu. 



HENRY SWINDULL Prichard, Ala. 

Music 
MSC Marching Band; Wind Ensemble; Concert Band; Phi Mu Alpha. 



WILDA SWITZER 



Gulfport 



Home Economics 



WILLIAM H. SWORTWOOD 

Mathematics 
Pen & Sword. 



ROBERT S. TANNEHILL, JR., KS 

Library Science 
Yellow Jackets; American Chemistry Society 

DIXIE TAPP 

Psychology 



Evansville, Ind. 



Blytheville, Ark. 



RICHARD M. TARBUTTON 



Journalism 



JERRY DONALD TAULBEE 


Mobile, Ala. 


Management 




Delta Sigma Pi. 




BEVERLY BYRD TAYLOR, AAA 


Lumberton 


Secretarial Studies 




EDWARD ROBBINS TAYLOR 


Wiggins 


Business Administration 




Delta Sigma Pi. 





CLASS OF 



1962 




85 




SENIORS 



SARA LOUISE TAYLOR 



Gulfport 



Education 
Wesley Foundation; Dormitory Officer; Student National Education Asso- 
ciation. 



BARBARA ANN TEMPLE 



Business Education 



ANTHONY TESSITORE 



Meadville 



New Orleans, La. 



History 
Newman Club. 



BARRY TEWIS, K2 



Mathematics 



JAMES KILEY THAMES, KS 

Business Administration 



CARLISLE THOMAS 



French Camp 

Jackson 

Marks 



Business Administration 



GILES R. THOMAS, JR., £N 



JOHN R. THOMAS 



JOHN W. THOMAS 



History 



Mathematics 
Pen & Sword. 



Mathematics 



Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburq 

Hattiesburg 



LILLIAN THOMAS New Orleans, La. 

English 
SOUTHERNER Staff; Treasurer, Westminster Foundation; Dormitory Officer. 



PATSY NELL THORNHILL 

Business Education 



CLIFFORD D. THORNTON 



Foxworth 
Raleigh 



Education 



JERRY C. THORNTON 



Mathematics 



JAMES F. TIERNEY 



Raleigh 
Bedford, Mass. 



Business Administration 
Pen & Sword. 



BETTY JO TILLMAN, AZA Pascagoula 

Sociology 

Officer, Alpha Sigma Alpha Pledge Class; Dormitory Council; President, 

Married Students Organization. 



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i CLASS OF 



HENRY TILLMAN 



Business Education 



WAYNE TRAYLOR, KA 

Business Administration 



ROBERT TRIGG 



Pascagoula 



Laur 



Laurel 



Architectural Drafting 







2 


JACK D. TRIGGS 




Hattiesburg 


B 


jsiness Administration 




CLIFFORD J. TRIMBLE 


Mathematics 
Pen and Sword. 


Mississippi City 


BOBBY J. TUCKER 


Mathematics 


Pascagoula 





3 


JACK H. TUGGLE 


Hattiesburg 


Business Administration 




ROBERT JOSEPH TUGGLE 


Magee 


History 




Baptist Student Union Executive Council 




JANICE TURNER 


Andalusia, Ala. 


Education 




Tau Beta Sigma. 





CAROLYN REBECCA ULMER NeW Orleans, La. 

Education 

President, Dormitory; President, Sigma Alpha Eta; Women's Affairs Board; 

Transfer Counselor; Baptist Student Union. 

BECKY UNDERWOOD, AZ Foley, Ala. 

Education 
Freshman Senator; Dixie Darling; Officer, Delta Zeta; Top Ten Best Dressed. 



HOWARD E. UPTON 



Bay Springs 



Business Administration 



MILDRED USHER 



Clermonte Harbor 



Education 



CHARLOTTE UTSEY, AZ Butler, Ala. 

Elementary Education 

College Union Activties Board; Officer, Delta Zeta. 



BILL VanARSDALL, ATI? 



Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 



1962 



Journalism 




87 




THE 



SENIORS 



CAROLYN VAUGHN 



JOHN CLYDE VAUGHN 



VICENTE R. VIELMA 



Education 



Education 



Geology 



Hattiesburg 



Jay, Fla. 



Venezuela 



LINDA EMMA VIGNES, KA 

Commercial Art 
Newman Club; Officer, Kappa Delfa. 



Hattiesburg 



MARVIN F. VIGUE 



Costa Mesa, Calif. 



History 



JANIE VINCENT, AAA 



Hattiesburg 
Biology 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Delta Rho; Beta Beta Beta Award- Newman Club; 
Officer, Delta Delta Delta. 



ROBERT C. VOSS, K2 Natchez 

Business Administration 

Sophomore Class President; Treasurer, Yellow Jackets- Student Senate; 

President, Newman Club; Officer, Kappa Sigma; SOUTHERNER Staff. 



WILLIAM WALDRIP 



JAMES DAVID WALDROP 



History 



Education 



Forest 



Hattiesburg 



DIANE WALKER, KA Laurel 

Education 

Press Chairman, Kappa Delta; Membership Chairman, Kappa Delta. 

HUGH E. WALKER San Angelo, Texas 

Business Administration 

JERRY DOUGLAS WALKER Biloxi 

Music Education 

Yellow Jackets; Vesper Choir; Choral Union; President, Baptist Student 

Union; Vice President, Baptist Student Fellows-hip. 



BELLE JO WALL, KA 



GLORIA ELAINE WALL 



Education 



LADON WALLACE 



Business Education 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

Biology 



Meridian 



nlthaven 



Jayess 



i CLASS OF 



PATTYE SUE WALLEY, ASA Ha+tiesburg 

Home Economics 
Southern Singers; Wesley Foundation; Home Economics Club; Religious 
Emphasis Week; Recording Secretary, Membership Director, Alpha Sigma 

Alpha. 



EMILY KAYE WALTERS 



Laurel 



Foreign Language 



Tau Beta Sigma; MSC Band; Alpha Psi Omega; Southern Players; Psy- 
chology Club; German Club; Baptist Student Union; "Oklahoma." 



JESSIE O. WALTERS 



Heidelberg 



Accounting 



CAROLYN MARIE WARD 

Home Economics 
Home Economics Club; Retail Merchandising Club. 



Lucedale 



ROBERT R. WARD 

Accounting 

WILSON DWAYNE WARWICK 

Art 



SYLVIA WATSON 



Elementary Education 



BETH WATTS 



Sociology 
Pi Gamma Mu; Baptist Student Union. 



LYNETTE WATTS 



Hattiesburg 
CaVthage 



3 

Eddiceton 
Columbia 

Wiggins 



Home Economics 



JEFF WEAVER, K2 



Jackson 



Business Administration 



YVONNE WEEMS Winnsboro, La. 

Music Education 

Tau Beta Sigma; Concert Band; Wind Ensemble; MSC Band. 



ANN S. WEILEPP 



Elementary Education 



CLAIRA S. WEISEND, KA 



Decatur, III. 



5 

Hattiesburg 



English 

Alpha Lambda Delta; Alpha Lambda Delta Award for Highest Average; 

Le Cercle Francais; Pi Kappa Pi; President and Merit Scholarship. 



KATIE WELSH 



Hattiesburg 



Spanish History 
Alpha Zambeda Delta; Pi Kappa Pi 



MIGNHON WELCH, KA 



Bogalusa, La. 
Marketing 
Editor, President, Kappa Delta; Annual Staff; Vice President, Phi Chi 
Ttveta; College Union Activities Board; Panhellenic Delegate. 



1962 




89 




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SENIORS 




90 



JANICE WELLS 



Business Education 
Pi Omga Pi; Kappa Delta Pi 



Osyka 



Summit 



CAROLYN WESTBROOK 

Business Education 
Wesley Foundation. 



JAMES F. WHIDDEN Universal City, Texas 

History 

Pen and Sword. 



JOHN L. WHIDDON 



BYRON WHITE 



THOMAS L. WHITE 



Business Administration 



Education 



Hattiesburg 



Purvi 



luka 



Education 



BARBARA WHITES, KA 



Louisville 



Education 



Officer, Kappa Delta; Tau Beta Sigma; Pride of Mississippi Band; Circle 
K Sweetheart; Committee of 100, Religious Emphasis Week. 



BARBARA WIKSTRAND, <i>M 

Education 
Kappa Delta Pi 



Bilox 



OUERIN FRED WILDA, Acacia Milwaukee, Wis. 

Business Administration 

Delta Sigma Pi. 



ALVIE WILKINSON, JR. 



Industrial Arts 
President, Dormitory. 



Meadville 



Centr 



FRANCES WILLIAMS 

Elementary Education 

Baptist Student Union; Kappa Delta Pi; National Education Association; 
Little Sister, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



TINA ELY WILLIAMS 



Hattiesburg 



Elementary Education 



BEN WILLOUGHBY, K2 



Education 



Liberty 



Dunedin, Fla. 



J. RICHARD WILSON, IIKA 

Business Administration 
Treas., Delta Sigma Pi; Treas., Pi Kappa Alpha. 

KAREN IRENE WILSON Prichard, Ala. 

Piano 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Mu Phi Epsilon; College Choir. 



SANDRA NELL WISE Merigold 

Commercial Art 

Kappa Pi; Best Actress in Leading Role in Experimental Play. 



JERRY R. WOLFE 



Biloxi 



Mathematics 
Pen and Sword. 



JUNE WOOD, AAA Hattiesburg 

Elementary Education 

Who's Who; President, Phi Delta Rho; Freshman Counselor; Student Senate; 
Yellow Jacket Sweetheart; Featurette, MSC Band. 



CLASS OF 




1962 







2 


SMITH E. WOOD 


English 


Philadelphia 


LARRY WOODWARD, ATfi 




Ovett 


Business 


Administration 




Baptist 


Student Union. 




WILLIAM MORRIS YATES 




White Oak 


Business 


Administration 





CHARLES H. YOUNG 



Architectural Drafting 



ROBERT YOUNG, KS 



RONALD YOUNG 



Business Administration 
Pi Sigma Epsilon. 



Business Administration 



3 

Collins 
Clearwater, Fla. 

Natchez 



JAMES J. ZAGER, K2 McKeesport, Pa. 

Education 

President, Dormitory; Senior Senator; Recreation Club; Officer, Kappa 

Sigma; Dormitory Proctor. 



HARRY J. ZELLMER 



Hattiesburg 



History 
Pen and Sword. 




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Junior Class Officers, Left to Right: Ernie Sylvester, Vice-President; Bonnie Dale, 
Treasurer; Jo Ann Watts, Secretary, and Keith Cobb, President. 



JUNIOR CLASS 

OFFICERS AND 

FAVORITES 



Junior Class Favorites: Ronnie Young and Bonnie Dale. 





JUNIORS 



FRANK ADAMS 
LARRY LANG AINSWORTH 
ELIZABETH ALBRITTON 
FRANCES ALDERMAN 
LEMMIE ALDRIDGE 



CECIL ALLEGREZZA 
CAROL ALLEN, KA 
JAMES W. ALLEN, *KT 
LARNA AMOS 
BOB ANCONETANI, K2 



BETTY SUE ANDERSON 
BILL ANDERSON, ATO 
MAURICE R. ANDERSON 
BETTY ANDRESS 
JAMES H. ANDREWS 



PAUL A. ANGLIN 

BETTY ARTHUR 

CHARLES ASSAF, ATfi 

GLEN AULTMAN 

MARY CAROLYN AULTMAN 



PAULINE AUST 

BILL AUSTIN 

JAMES HENRY AYCOCK, KA 

BOBBY AYERS 

MARTHA BAGGETT 



RICHARD BAILEY 
ERNEST ROY BAKER 
SANDRA GAIL BAKER, IIB* 
PATRICIA TAY BALL 
GLEN W. BARBER 



JOE BARNES 
JOSEPH H, BARNETT 
CHIPPY VON BARTON 
THOMAS GLEN BARTON 
JIM B. BATCHELOR, ATO 



CHAD BATES, 2*E 
THOMAS BATES 
GERALD BAYLIS 
GARA BEARRY 
FRANK BELL, KA 



LINDA BENTLEY, *M 
MARIE BERGERON, 222 
JAMES BERRY 
BARBAR ANN BILBO, IIB* 
CLAUDE V. BILBO 



Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 

Taylorsville 

Hattiesburq 

Stringer 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Tupelo 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Vineland, N.J. 



Laurel 

Evansville, Ind. 

Hattiesburg 

Andalusia, Ala. 

Biloxi 



Bruce 

Union 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Columbia 



Itta Bena 

Coldwater 

Hattiesburg 

Corinth 

Jackson, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Meridian 

Laurel 

Cottondale, Fla. 



Magee 

Duck Hill 

Crystal Springs 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Gulfport 



Liberty 

Liberty 

Pascagoula 

Lucedale 

Pensacola, Fla. 



Enterprise 

Natchez 

Panama City, Fla. 

Lumberton 

Moss Point 



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GEORGIA FAYE BUCKLEY 


Prentiss 


JOHN M. BUCKLEY 


Jackson 


MARTHA BULLOCK 


Columbia 


JILL BUMSTEAD 


Hattiesburg 


HORACE A. BURAS, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


2 




PAUL C. BURKE 


Pascagoula 


ANN BURNHAM, Xfi 


Brandon 


DELORES BURNS, KA 


Hattiesburg 


JIMMY BURRIS 


McCall Creek 


CAROLYN JO BURT 


Columbia 


3 




CATHERINE BUSBY, A2A 


Waynesboro 


R. BERKELEY BUSH, ATfi 


Mobile, Ala. 


THAD M. BUSH, IIKA 


New Orleans, La. 


ELEANOR BYNUM 


Ellisville 


JACKIE BYRD 


Mobile, Ala. 


4 




LORELEI CADWELL, *M 


Fairhope, Ala. 


GAVIN GEOFFREY CAIN 


Fairhope, Ala. 


JAMES CAMERON 


Meridian 


BARBARA CAMPBELL 


Tarpon Springs, Fla. 


ELEANOR CAMPBELL, KA 


Canton 


5 




LYLE G. CANNON, A2A 


Laurel 


JOE R, CAPPS 


Long Beach 


ANN CARR 


Laurel 


GENE DUNN CARTER 


Hattiesburg 


KAYE CARTER 


Pascagoula 


6 




LARRY CARTER 


Wade 


LINDA CARTER 


Woodville 


ANITA CHARLEVILLE 


Hattiesburg 


NICK CHEATHAM 


Yazoo City 


JOHN RAYMO'ND CHEEKS 


Ellisville 


7 




GERALD W. CHRESTMAN, IIKA 


Batesville 


CARLA SUE CLARK 


Brookhaven 


MERLE SUE CLARK 


Seminary 


SUSAN L. CLEMENTS 


Bogalusa, La. 


KEITH COBB 


Calhoun City 


8 




ELLIS COBURN 


Grand Bay, Ala. 


ROBBIE COCKERHAM, AAA 


Greenville 


ALFRED M. COKE, Acacia 


Columbia 


ELIZABETH COKER 


luka 


LINDA COKER 


Vicksburq 


9 




JULIUS WAYNE COLE 


Rollinqfork 


RUBY COLE 


Hattiesburg 


BILLY COLEMAN 


Prichard, Ala. 


BARBARA COLLINS 


Waynesboro 


CAROLINE COLLINS, AAA 


Olive Branch 



JUNIORS 




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JUNIORS 



JOHN ROBERT BISHOP 
ROBERT A. BLACKWELL 
BARBARA BLAINE 
CECIL BLAKENEY 
EARL B. BLESSEY 



CHARLES REBER BLOCKER, *KT 
DONNIE BLUE 
ELIZABETH BLUMER 
MARVIN BOBINGEY, JR. 
CHARLES BOBO, K2 



TOMMY BODDEN, <*>KT 
CARROLL BODIFORD 
NANCY BOGAN 
ANDREA BOND, 222 
JOYCE BOND 



DALE BOTKIS, K2 
WARING BOTTER 
ALVIN BOURGEOIS 

LINDA BOVAY 
BILLY BOWER 



JOE G. BOWER 
STEVE W. BRACKINS 
DOUGLAS EUGENE BRADFORD 
ERROL B. BRADLEY, *KT 
GLYNN ALLEN BRADSHAW 



LINDA BRADSHAW, AZ 
T. R. BRADY, JR., KA 
GORDON BRANNING 
BETE BRASWELL, AZ 
MARVIN E. BREAZEALE 



Hazlehurst 

Ellfsville 

Hazlehurst 

3ay Springs 

Biloxi 



Dallas, Texas 

Laurel 

Gulfport 

Bay St. Louis 

Lorman 



Moss Point 

Middleton, Tenn. 

Blytheville, Ark 

Bogalusa, La. 

Perkinston 



Schenectady, N.Y. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Waveland 

Vicksburg 

Vicksburg 



Jackson 

Crestview, Fla. 

Laurel 

Biloxi 

Liberty 



Mineola, Texas 

Gulfport 

Magnolia 

Indianola 

Purvis 



SYLVIA BRELAND 


Wiggins 


WESLEY BRELAND 


Brooklyn 


M. ANDREA BRONDUM 


Laurel 


STEPHEN BROOKS 


Bushnell, Fla. 


KATHLEEN BROOM 


Moss Point 




8 


WILLIAM R. BROOME 


Moss Point 


RIAN BROWN 


Waynesboro 


CHARLES BRUMFIELD 


Gulfport 


EVA GENE BRUNSON, XO 


Jackson 


JEANNE BRUTON 


Fort Smith, Ark. 




9 


LARRY BRYAN 


Noxapater 


MARGARET BRYANT 


Columbus 


DALE R. BUCHANAN, IIKA 


Jackson 


MARY ALICE BUCHANAN 


Laurel 


CHARLES R. BUCKLEY 


Hattiesburg 



95 



BILL COLSON, KA 


Jackson 


MABLE COMANS 


Union 


ALLEN COOK, S*E 


Andalusia, Ala. 


MINNIE LOU COOLEY 


Bude 


ROBERT A. COOPER, KS 


Canton 




2 


ALBERT JERRY COPELAND 


Ellisville 


WALLACE E. COPELAND, ATO 


Mobile, Ala. 


FRED COPLEY, K2 


Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 


JANICE CORBAN 


Meadville 


ELNA REA CRAFT 


Hattiesburg 




3 


JAMES P. CRAFT 


Raleigh 


NORMAN CRANE 


Buckatunna 


SARAH CREW 


Hattiesburg 


TIM CROSWELL 


Philadelphia 


TOM CROSWELL 


Philadelphia 




4 


JACCUELINE K. CUERAS 


Kiln 


MARY CATHERINE CULPEPPER 


Collins 


LAURELLE CURTIS 


Vicksburg 


MARILYN CURTIS 


Hattiesburg 


MOE CURTIS, KS 


Pensacola, Fla. 




5 


BONNIE DALE, KA 


Prentiss 


CHARLES EDWARD DALEY, JR. 


Jackson 


MICHAEL D'AMICO, KS 


Passaic, N.J. 


GERALD DANIEL 


Greenville 


GLORIA DAUGHDRILL 


Lumberton 




6 


WILLIAM E. DAVENPORT, *KT 


Meridian 


FRANK DAVIS 


Mobile, Ala. 


JAMES H. DAVIS 


Moss Point 


JAMES N. DAVIS, KA 


McComb 


JAMES R. DAVIS 


Hattiesburg 




7 


JERRELL DAVIS 


Hattiesburg 


WILLIAM D. DAY 


Hazlehurst 


ARTHUR DERBES, JR. 


New Orleans, La. 


JOHN DERRYBERRY 


Brookhaven 


DONALD DICK 


Magnolia 




9 


HORACE DICKERSON 


Brookhaven 


SARALYN DICKERSON 


Waynesboro 


JAMES WILLIAM DICKSON, KA 


Pensacola, Fla. 


DOROTHY DILL, <J>M 


West Point 


JEAN DODSON 


Harperville 




9 


SYLVIA A. DOGGETT 


Hattiesburg 


ELIZABETH MAY DOUGLAS 


Brookhaven 


CHRISTINE DOWDLE, Xfi 


Columbus 


JESSE D. DRAKE 


Jackson 


NORMAN W. DUBUISSON 


Picayune 


JUNIORS 






96 




JUNIORS 



THOMAS DUDLEY, IIKA 


Wyandotte, Mich. 


ALICE FAYE DUKES 


Jackson 


BARBARA DUNAWAY 


Bogalusa, La. 


HAROLD DUNLAVY 


Mobile, Ala. 


BILLY M. DUNNAM 


Meridian 


2 




ISSAC J. DYKES 


Monticello 


ZAIDEE JORDAN DYKES, AAA 


Natchez 


MARGARET ANN EAKES 


Meridian 


DORIS EARLEY 


Maben 


RALPH EDWARDS, JR. 


Vaiden 


3 




CHARLOTTE ELAM, KA 


Hattiesburq 


JOE ELLINGWOOD 


Utica, Mich. 


CHARLES ELLIOTT 


Biloxi 


BETTY ELLZEY 


Kolcomo 


LARRY W. ENLOW 


luka 


4 




LINDA ESCOBEDO 


Hattiesburg 


H. L. EUBANKS, JR. 


Ellisville 


LAWSON EVANS 


Pascagoula 


ANNETTE EVERETT 


Hickory 


CHARLENE EZELL, AAA 


Hattiesburg 


5 




LYNDA FAIRLEY, 222 


Moss Point 


ANGELO FALASCA, K2 


Jackson 


DOUGLAS FARRELL 


Long Beach 


BRENDA FELDER 


Tylertown 


JERRY FELDER 


Liberty 


6 




GARY S, FELIS 


Mobile, Ala. 


JODIE FERGUSON 


Ruleville 


RICHARD FLACCOMIO 


Woodville 


MITZIE FLAHERTY 


Meridian 


JANE FLEMING 


Scooba 


7 




JOHN A. FLETCHER 


Dead Lake 


SHARON FOLEY 


Laurel 


MARY VELA FORBES, Xfi 


Jackson 


SANDY FOREMAN 


Hattiesburg 


ARTHUR P. FOSTER, JR. 


Mobile, Ala. 


8 




SUSAN FOSTER 


Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 


ROBERT BRYAN FOUNTAIN 


Meridian 


DAVID LEON FOY 


Sumrall 


CYNTHIA FREEMAN 


Meridian 


LINDA GABRICH, AZ 


Biloxi 


9 




MIKE GALLIGAN, ATfi 


Rock Island, III. 


DENNIS GANDY 


Pascagoula 


JOSEPH M. GANNON, JR. 


Gulfport 


DANIEL T. GARDNER 


Mount Olive 


RICHARD GARDNER 


Louin 



97 



CURTIS D. GARNER 
OREE W. GARNER 
VALLIE GARRETT, *M 
DURWOOD GASKIN 
GREGG GIANCOLER 


Gulfport 

Raleigh 

Franklinton, La. 

Burns 

Vineland, N.J. 




2 


MARIO GIANI 
FRANCES ANITA GILBERT 
FRANK GILBERT 
SAMMIE H. GILKEY 
CAROLYN GILL 


Pass Christian 

Laurel 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 

Johns 




3 


HENRY GILLEY 
JAMES D. GOFF, *KT 
CAROLE GOODGAME 
JOHN F. GOODMAN 

SANDRA GOODWIN 


Pascagoula 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Laurel 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Picayune 




4 


MARTHA GRAHAM 
BETTY GRAVES 
BETTY GRAVES 
WAYNE M. GRAY 
ALBERT GREENWALT 


Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Albany, Ga. 

Biloxi 




5 


JOHN GREGORY 
ARTHUR GRIDER, JR. 
ADELL GRIFFIN 
JOE GRIFFIN, KA 
JOHNNY T. GRIFFIN 


Mobile, Ala. 

Meridian 
Moss Point 

Meridian 
Fayette, Ark. 




6 


HURLEY H. GRIFFING 
JESSE R. GRIGGS 
SAMMY GUERCIO, K2 
LARRY GUEST, 4>KT 
GERALD C. GUINN, Acacia 


Canton 

Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Biloxi 

Hollywood, Fla. 




7 


DEWEY A. GUNN 
CARROLL GUNNELL 
MASON GWIN 

DARIUS HALL 
EDDIE HALL 


Lena 

Ruth 

Grove Hill, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 




8 


NANCY HAMIL, XQ 
ELIZABETH HAMMETT 
JOHN C. HAMRICK 
ORA REYNOLD HARBISON JR. 
FRED VANN HARDEN 


Carthage 

Lexington 

Gilbertown, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Camilla, Ga. 




9 


JOHN W. HARDTLA 

WILLARD HARRALL 

JOYCE HARRELL 

DIANE HARRIS 

GERALD A. HARRISON, 2<J>E 


Laurel 

Bogalusa, La. 

Tremont 

Clarksdale 

Hattiesburg 



JUNIORS 




98 




JUNIORS 



DON HART 

WAYNE HART, IIKA 

CHARLOTTE HARTMAN 

JEAN HAVARD 

HERBERT MICHAEL HANEGAN 



MAC HAYNES 
GORDON HEIDELBERG 
LUNDIE HEIDELBERG 
TOMMY HEINTZ, S*E 
ARLVIN HENDERSON 



L. TENO HENDERSON, KA 
ERNEST HENLEY, 4»KT 
JOHN HERRINGTON 
GORDON HICKS 
MACK O. HICKS 



ARTHUR HILL 
CAROLE HILL, ASA 
EDWARD L. HILL, SAE 
EVELYN REED HILL, TIB* 
GAIL HILL, KA 



JOEL HUNT HINSON 
BOBBY RAY HINTON 
PEGGY ANN HINTON 
BOB HISHON, KA 
CLIFTON T. HOKE, JR. 



ALYNE HOLIDAY 
JIMMY HOLLINGSWORTH 
JAMES RAY HOPKINS 
WALTER D. HOPSON 
GERALD HORN 



FAYE HORTON 
CHARLA HOWARD, KA 
JIMMIE S, HOWELL 
JIMMY D. HOWELL 
ROBERT H. HUDSON 



BETTY JO HUGHES 
NANCY HUNT, Xfi 
IRENE CELESTINE HURD 
DOT HUTCHISON 
JUDITH ANN HUTCHISON 



WILMER B. HUTSON 
VIOLA JACKS 
LAMAR JACKSON, K2 
RUSSELL JACKSON 
THOMAS L. JACKSON 



Jackson 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Lucedale 

Sumrall 



Ellisvllle 

Jackson 

Moss Point 

Los Angeles, Calif. 

Richton 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Biloxi 

Mount Olive 

Hattiesburg 

Lucedale 



Columbus 

Ellisvllle 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

New York, N.Y. 



Tylertown 

Laurel 

Richton 

Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 



Tylertown 
Meridian 
Meridian 

Woodville 
Laurel 



Louisville 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Semmes, Ala. 



Magnolia 

Forrest 

Pascagoula 

Yazoo City 

Moss 



Wesson 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 

Roxie 

Ocean Springs 



99 



BARBARA JAMES 

BURT JAMES 

ANN KATHERINE JEFCOAT 

NOELLE JEFFCOAT, AAA 

TOMMY JENKINS 


NeWton 

Bruce 

Soso 

Pass Christian 

Waynesboro 




2 


HAZEL JENNINGS 
JO ANN JENS, 222 
ANITA MARIE JENSEN 
CAROL M. JOHNSON 
JEWEL JOHNSON 


Kosciosko 

Tupelo 

Slidell, La. 

Wiggins 

Tylertown 




3 


ROGER B. JOHNSON, JR. 
SARA JEAN JOHNSON 
TULLY JOHNSON, 4>KT 
CAROL JOHNSTON, Xfi 
ANNE CHRISTIAN JONES 


Hattiesburg 
Ellisville 

Mobile, Ala. 

Forest 

Richton 




4 


BOVAY JONES 
BUCKEY JONES 
C. A. JONES 
MELBA ANN JONES 
RITA JONES 


Gulfport 

Smithdale 

Waynesboro 

Moss Point 

Harperville 




5 


WALTON MORRIS JONES, JR. 
HILDA JORDAN 
CAROLYN JOSSEY 
MAYLY JUE 
CHARLES KEITH 


Brookhaven 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Vicksburg 

Bonnie Chapel 




6 


DIANE KELLY, KA 
PEGGY JON KENDA, KA 

MARY KATHERINE KENNEDY, AAA 
EVERETT KERSOGIEN 
DOROTHY ANN KERN 


Tupelo 

Natchez 

Philadelphia 

Bay St. Louis 

Forest 




7 


CAROL R. KESSELL, *M 
ROBERT KESSLER 
COLEEN KING 
ELLIOT GWIN KING 
SYLVIA KIRKLAND 


New York, N.Y. 

Hattiesburg 

Meadville 

Taylorsville 

Hattiesburg 




8 


BUDDY KISNER 
BETTYE JO KNIGHT, A2A 
LEONARD KNIGHT 
PATSY KOONCE, A2A 
GLYNN LACKEY 


Laurel 

Brandon 

Pontotoc 

Grenada 

Meridian 




9 


LYNN LACKEY 
JOSEPH T. LADNER 
PATRICIA LAMBERT 
VIVIA JOAN LANCASTER 
CURTIS H. LANDERS, Acacia 


Meridian 

Pass Christian 

Uriah, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Purvis 


JUNIORS 






100 




JUNIORS 



MAXINE LANE 
SYLVIA LANG 
LORENE LANGLEY 
WALTER W. LANGLEY 
JAMES J. LAPOINT 



ANTHONY M. LaROCCA 
LARRY LAURENDIVE 
W. HAROLD LEE 
WALTER E. LEGETT 
PHILLIP LENOIR, *KT 



Prichard, Ala. 

Meridian 

Pascagoula 

Pascagoula 

Bay St. Louis 



Jackson 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 

Purvis 



DARNELL LEPRE 


Biloxi 


MAURICE LEVITE, KA 


Natchez 


FRED A. LEWTER, Acacia 


Mobile, Ala. 


STEPHEN F. LIKINS 


Biloxi 


SID LINDSEY 


Flora 


4 




C. MICHAEL LISENBY 


Montgomery, Ala. 


HOWARD RAY LITTLE, KS 


Corinth 


ELSIE LIZANAN 


McNeill 


LOUIE RAY LOFTON 


Oal< Grove 


LARRY LOTT 


Sum rail 


5 




GARY LOVETTE 


Landis, N.C. 


KAY LOWERY 


Thomasville, Ala. 


GLENN LYLE, IIKA 


Belzoni 


L. DOYLEEN LYON, 222 


Laurel 


ANN MACDONALD, <j>M 


Memphis, Tenn. 


6 




DOUGLAS MAGEE 


Mize 


LOUIS MAGEE 


McComb 


GEORGE MAHATHY, *KT 


Mobile, Ala. 


MARY MALONE 


Lucian 


DENNIS MANGRUM 


Batesville 



ANDE MANN 

WILLIAM Q. MANNING, Acacia 

SALLY MANSFIELD, AAA 

RICHARD MAPES 

JOHNNIE EUGENE MARLING 



GLYNN MARTIN 
LOUISE MARTIN 
MARY LOU MARTIN 
DANIEL MARSHALL 
PANSY MARTIN 



ROY MASSEY 

WILLIE E. MATTHEWS 

LYNDA JOAN MAULDIN 

ALICE MAW 

JERRY FRANK McALPIN 



Magnolia 

Jackson 

Tunica 

Panama City, Fla. 

Hazlehurst 



Jayess 

Magnolia 

Scooba 

Long Beach 
Newhebron 



Orrville, Ala. 

Florence 

Stringer 

McCool 

Magee 



BARBARA JO McARN 
MICHAEL L. McCARTY 
PEGGY RAE McCAY, Xfi 
PATRICIA McGEHEE 
SANDRA McGILL, AZ 


Columbia 

Hattiesburg 

Utica 

Summit 

Jackson 




2 


BETTY LOU McHAFFIE, *M 

LINDA MclLWAIN 

JOE R. MclNTOSH 

ELLIS McKAY 

WILLIAM DOYLE McLEOD 


Maplewood, La. 

Waynesboro 

Hattiesburg 

Canton 

Melbourne, Fla. 




3 


FLORENCE McNEAL 
EARL B. McNEELY, JR. 
SYLVIA CLAIRE McQUAIG 
JUNE McRAE 
ROBERT McRAE 


Forest 

Roxie 

Meridian 

Meridian 

Waynesboro 




4 


LINDA LEE McSWAIN 
JOE M. McWHORTER, KA 
LARRY McWILLIAMS 
JIMMY MEADOWS 
LARRY MENSI, KA 


New Augusta 
Hattiesburg 

Madison, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 




5 


CAROLYN MIDDLETON 
BILLY MILLER, Acacia 
SIDNEY F. MILLER 
W. G. MILLER, JR. 
WILLEEN MILLIS 


Memphis, Tenn. 

Vicksburg 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 

Tylertown 




6 


BARBARA MILLS, ASA 
ERIC MIOTON, ATfl 
NELDA MITCHELL 
JERRY MIXON 
PATRICIA ANN MOAK 


Laurel 

Biloxi 

Collins 

Magnolia 

Bogue Chitto 




7 


ADONNA MOORE 
BARBARA MOORE 
LINDA MOORE 
PATRICIA ANN MOORE 
THOMAS J. MOORE, JR. 


Jackson 

Lucedale 

Lucedale 

Spartanburg, S.C. 

Biloxi 




8 


CLEOPATRA MORAN 
HELEN LOIS MORAN 
RICHARD MORIN 
NOBLE MORTON 
JAMES ALTON MOSLEY 


Kiln 

Kiln 

Long Beach 

Jackson 

Daleville 




9 


ROBERT MOSS 

CHARLES MOWERS, *K'T 

WAYNE MUNN 

HELEN MURPHEY, nB«t> 

REBECCA MURPHREE, AAA 


Natchez 

Syracuse, N.Y. 

Little Rock 

Perkinston 

Seminary 



JUNIORS 




102 







JUNIORS 



DOROTHY MURPHY 

JAMES MYERS 

JOHN ANDREW MYRICK 

RONALD MYRICK 

SANDRA KAY MYRICK, 222 



ROBERT W. NANCE, 24>E 
THOMAS R. NANCE 
ROBERT J. NEELY, Acacia 
FRANCES LYNN NELSON, 222 
MARY MARTHA NELSON 



SHARRELL NELSON 
WALLIS O. NELSON 
SARA NETTERVILLE 
MYRA LYNN NETTLES 
BRYAN NEVILLE 



MARY JOY NICHOLSON 
MARION NISSEN 
BENNIE SUE NORTON 
CAROLYN SUE ODOM 
GEORGE W. ODOM 



HOMER C. ODOM 
ROBERT ABSON ODOM 
GEORGE O'NEAL, K2 
TOMMY O'NEAL 
JOHN O'SHIELDS, KA 



GEORGE OWEN, JR., ATfi 
BONNIE LOU PAGE 
JOHNNY RANEE PANZICA 
CHARLIE RUFFING PARKER 
JERRY PARKER 



PATRICIA ANN PARKER 
S. J. PARTRIDGE 
THOMAS L. PATRICK 
JOHN PATTILLO 
TOMMY PEEBLES 



CHARLENE PHILLIPS 
CHARLES WINDSEL PHILLIPS 
NANCY PHILLIPS, AAA 
NAN PIGOTT 
HAROLD PIQUE 



AL PITTS, *KT 

GLENDA Pins 

PATSY PITTS 

JAMES H. POOLE, JR., K2 

ZELDA POWELL 



Natchez 

Collins 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Heidelburq 

Stringer 



Summit 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Vicksburg 

Hattiesburq 



Pineville 

Baldwyn 

Centerville 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 



Byram 

Hattiesburg 

Brookhaven 

Ovett 

Hattiesburg 



Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Meadville 

Andalusia, Ala. 

Tupelo 



New Orleans, La. 

Poplarville 

Brookhaven 

Chickasaw, Aia. 

Soso 



Laurel 

Philadelphia 

Handsboro 

Laurel 

Itta Bena 



Richton 

Louin 

Mason City, Iowa 

Picayune 

Long Beach 



Jackson 
Ellisville 

Waynesboro 

Columbia 

Lacombe, La. 



103 



ROS PRIEBE, Acacia 


Purvis 


CHARLES E. PRINCE 


Ellisville 


BUBBA PROTHRO, *KT 


Hattiesburg 


MARY JO PROVINE, X« 


Tallulah, La. 


JERRY L. PUCKETT 


Hattiesburg 




2 


RICHARD BRUCE PULIN 


Bethpage, N.Y. 


BONNIE PURVIS, KA 


Oil City, La. 


BETTY ROSE PYLANT 


Purvis 


RUTH PYLATE 


Kosciusko 


WILLIAM PERRY RAMSER 


Bogalusa, La. 




3 


BURLON R. RANEY 


Laurel 


JAMES M. RAWLINSON 


Citronelle, Ala. 


BARBARA RAWLS, 222 


Laurel 


GAY NELL REA, AAA 


Philadelphia 


WILBERT T. READ 


Pascagoula 




4 


CAROLYN REDD, KA 


Laurel 


EUGENE REILLY 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


CHARLES A. REINBULT, III 


Benton Harbor, Mich. 


JOE RICH 


Lumberton 


GINNY RISHER, AAA 


Laurel 




5 


JERRY RISHER 


Enterprise 


BRYAN L. ROBBINS 


Columbia 


BILLY DEAN ROBERTS 


Brookhaven 


JAMES ROBERTSON 


Liberty 


JANAYNE ROBERTSON 


Sallis 




6 


PERRY ROBINSON 


Ellisville 


WILLIAM ROBINSON 


Raleigh 


BONNIE RODGERS 


French Camp 


JEAN RODGERS 


Jackson 


MARGARET RODICK 


New Orleans, La. 




7 


PATSY ROGERS 


Brookhaven 


TOMMY B. ROGERS 


Collins 


HERBERT ROLAND 


Forest 


JERRY ROSEBERRY, *KT 


Laurel 


JACK ROSS 


Utica 




8 


RODNEY N. ROUNTREE, KA 


Jackson 


ROBERT W. ROYALS 


Hattiesburg 


BOBBY RUSS, KA 


Natchez 


ANNE MARIE RUSSELL 


Mobile, Ala. 


RICHARD RUSSELL 


Meridian 




9 


MILTON R. SABA 


Poplarville 


GALE SANDERS 


Kosciusko 


GLENDA KAY SANDERSON 


Amory 


STEPHEN F. SANDIFER 


Roxie 


LINDON JEAN SASSER 


Bogue Chitto 


JUNIORS 






104 




JUNIORS 



WAYNE SAUCIER 
DONNIS L. SCHMITZ 
SANDRA SCHNELL 
MARIAN SCHOENIGER, A.S.A 
DAVID C. SCHOLZ 



KAY SCHWEIZER 
JAMES SCIRE 
JAMES HUGH SCOTT 
KENNETH SCOTT 
MARTHA SEITZLER, AZ 



JAMES H. SELBY, JR. 
SYLVIA SELLERS 
GWENDOLYN SHAIFER 
JAMES E. SHANHOLTZ, KS 
GELENDA SHEELY 



M. SUE SHERMAN 
SHARON SHIREY, AAA 
ALICE SHIVERS 
CONNIE SHIVERS, *M 
NELL SHOWERS, 222 



NELDA MARIE SHOWS 
NETTIE FAYE SHOWS 
THOMAS SIBLEY 
EDGAR T. SIMMONS 
HARRY O. SIMPSON, JR., A'Tfi 



JOHN GORDON SIMS 
ROY A, SINOUEFIELD 
BIENVILLE SKIPPER, K2 
CLEMMER SLATON 
ROBERT W. SLAY, KA 



SANDRA SLOAN 
W. PAUL SLOVICK 
BECKY SMITH 
BEVERLY JANE SMITH 
BILLY SMITH 



CLARENCE C. SMITH 
DARRELL SMITH 
DONNIE SMITH 
J. MILTON SMITH 
JERRY RALPH SMITH 



LAWRENCE A. SMITH 
LEROY SMITH, *KT 
OLIVER SMITH 
PATRICIA NELL SMITH, 222 
PATSY SMITH 



Purvis 

Moss Point 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Hollywood, Fla. 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Vicksburg 

Baton Rouge, La. 



Diablo, Canal Zone 

Taylorsville 

Natchez 

Hattiesburg 

Amory 



Lake Pi 



Taylorsville 

evidence, La. 

Jackson 

Hazlehurst 

Mobile, Ala. 



Ovett 

Petal 

Columbia 

Mobile, Ala. 

Fairhope, Ala. 



Laurel 

Poplarville 

Macon 

Noxapater 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 
Coraopolis, Pa. 
Brandon 
Fayette 
Jackson 



Brookhaven 

Meridian 

Natchez 

Summit 

Brookhaven 



Hattiesburg 

Belzoni 

Ellisville 

Petal 

Poplarville 



105 



STEPHEN SMITH 
WILLIAM GERALD SMITH 
VIRGINIA SOJOURNER, AAA 
PATRICIA SOLOMON 
MARTHA ANNE SONES 



RICHARD SOUTHERN 
JOSEPHINE SPEED 
PAT SPEIGNER 
ALLISON STAGG 
VIC STAMEY, S*E 



ANNA STANLEY 
E. ANN ST. CLAIR, AZ 
SHIRLEY STENNETT, AZ 
DUDLEY ANN STENNIS 
JACKIE STEPHENS 



BOBBYE NELL STERLING 
WILLIAM R. STERRITT, KZ 
JACK L. STEVENSON 
BILLY GERALD STEWART 
MELVA STOCKSTILL 



DARION J. STONE, UKA 
REBEKAH MARIE STONE 
MILLICENT STONESTREET 
PAULA STOWERS 
RICHARD D. STRAHAN 



BETTY STUART 

S. M. SUAREZ, KA 

DARR FRED SULLIVAN, SX 

JEANELLE SUMRALL 

JOHN FREDERICK SUTTON 



ALBERT MORRIS SWEATT 
JUNE E. SWILLEY 
ELIZABETH ANN SWINNEY 
JIMMY G. SWORDS 
ERNIE SYLVESTER 



DON SYMANK 
ARCHIE B. TAAKE 
MARIA TARCZANIN 
SHEILA TARLTON 
CHARLES TARTAVOULLE 



JOHN L. TARVER 
ARCHIE LEON TAYLOR, 
CONNIE TAYLOR 
JAMES M. TAYLOR 

JERRY TERRELL 



JUNIORS 



JR. 



Union 

Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Prentiss 

McNeill 



Stonewall 

Collins 

Daleville, Ala. 

Vancleave 

Satsuma, Ala. 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Meridian 

Silver Creek 



Magnolia 

Manlius, N.Y. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Tylertown 

Picayune 



Kreole 

Laurel 

Moorhead 

Itta Bena 

Mobile, Ala. 



Philadelphia 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Pascagoula 

Ellisville 

Mobile, Ala. 



Clarksdale 

Pass Christian 

Tupelo 

New Albany 

Gulfport 



Mascoutah, III. 

Handsboro 

Wiggins 

Canton 

Bay St. Louis 



Saraland, Ala. 

Meridian 

Vancleave 

Gulfport 

McComb 




106 




JUNIORS 



MARIE THAMES, AAA 
DAVID P. THOMAS, 24>E 
MARGARET W. THOMSON 
INEZ THORNHILL 
JOHN ALEX THORNHILL 



NELSON TILL 
WILLIE J. TOWNSEND 
NED TRAVIS, JR. 
ANN TRAYLOR 
WENDELL TRAYLOR 



AAA 



KAREN TRIGG, 
LIBBY TRUAX 
SHARON B. TUFTE 
PATRICIA ANN TURK, 
PERRY E. TURNER 



KA 



KATHRYN ANN UNDERWOOD 
EDGAR T. UPTAIN, JR. 
WILLIAM W. UPTON 
BARBARA J. UTSEY, 222 
AUSTIN WAGGONER 



SOLLIE WAGGONER 
BILLY E. WALKER, «CT 
DALLAS WALKER 
SONNY WALKER 
LYNDA WALLACE 



LENA WALLER 
HARRY WALLEY 
WESLEY WALLEY 
GENE WALTMAN 
EARL R. WARD, JR. 



JAMES WILLIAM WARD 
MAXYNE WARE 
RUFUS WARREN 
BILLY WATSON 
CHARLES KENT WEBB 



TOMMY A. WEBB 
LINDA WEED 
IRA C. WELBORN 
PAUL B. WELBORN, JR. 
CARL WELCH, ATI! 



JIMMIE DALE WELCH 
WILLIAM F. WELK, JR. 
HUGH WEST 

JERRY ANN WHINNERY, 4>M 
NONA WHITTINGTON, KA 



Jackson 

Milford, Conn. 

Moss Point 

Brookhaven 

Stonewall 



Mobile, Ala. 

Ellisville 

Rosedale 

Sumrall 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Fiatt, III. 

Mankato, Minn. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

Vinegar Bend, Ala. 



Jackson 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Soso 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Forest 



Forest 

Waynesboro 

Braxton 

Pascagoula 

Forest 



Gloster 

Richton 

Waynesboro 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



Monticello 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Fayette 

Gulfport 



Raleigh 

FairlaWn, N.J. 

Laurel 

Laurel 



Laurel 

Waynesboro 

Lucedale 

Jackson 

Sanatorium 



107 



JOHN C. WICK 

RON WIGGINS, Acacia 

MARGARET ETHEL WILBY 

BETTY WILEY 

LYNN WILKINSON 



HEDY ANN WILLIAMS 
MARY JANELLE WILLIAMS 
NANCY WILLIAMS 
SHIRLEY WILLIAMSON 
TOWANA WING, KA 



MILNER WISE 
HOWARD B. WOLFE 
WADE WOODARD, Acacia 
ANN WRIGHT 
MONROE WRIGHT, KA 



JIMMY YANCY, Acacia 

JOAN YARBROUGH 

RUFUS TAFT YERGER, JR., KA 

HATTIE YOUNG 

RONNIE YOUNG, *KT 



New Orleans, La. 
Monroeville, Ala. 

Laurel 
Jackson 

Laurel 



Conehatta 
Ellisville 

Inverness 
Grove Hill, Ala. 
Glenwood, Minn. 



Nev 



Meridian 

Orleans, La. 

Canton 

Jackson 

Hattiesburq 



Laurel 

Indianola 

Tallulah, La. 

Pascagoula 

Key West, Fla. 




JUNIORS 



108 



■_ ± 




Sophomore Class Officers, Front: Tommy Potter, Vice-President, and Ginny Ford. 
Secretary. Back: Clay Swanzy, President, and Nancy Ellzey, Treasurer. 



Sophomore Class Favorites: Tommy Potter and Nancy Ellzey. 





SOPHOMORE CLASS 
OFFICERS AND 
FAVORITES 



ADNAN ABDEEN 
SANDRA ABERNATHY 
RICHARD ADKINS 
GERALDINE ADKISON 
GENE AGRESTA 



CARL R. ALESIO 
JANE ALEXANDER 
DALE ANDERSON 
JOHN L. ANDERSON, JR. 
NELSON ANDING 



MARY LOVE ANGELO, Xfi 
MEYER ANTHONY 
ROBERT ARENTSEN, AT« 
ALICE ARRINGTON 
RONALD N. ASHLEY, Acacia 



BARBARA ASKEW IIB4> 
BUTCH AULL, ATO 
MIKE AZARMGUIN 
RAUL AZPARREN 
ELAINE BALDWIN, ASA 



JOHNNY BALDWIN, KA 
MICHAEL BALL, ITKA 
SANDRA BALLARD 
JUAN JOSE BAPTISTA 
DONALD BARKER 



JERRY BARLETTER 
TOM BARTON 
GERALD BATES 
FRANCES BEARD 
SANDRA BECKNER 



ELIZABETH BEESON AZ 
BILLY MURRAY BELL 
DONALD BELL 
RONALD BELL 
JUDI ANNE BERKMAN 



MARY FRANCES BERRY 
HOWARD BERUBE 
JOYCE BETANCOURT 
BARBARA BILBO 
DIANA JO BILBO, KA 



CAROLINE S. BIRCHETT, XQ 
ALLEN BIZZELL 
MARCUS M. BLACK, KA 
THOMAS E. BLAIR 
MERRILL L. BLALOCK 



ROBERT BLAND 
STEVE BLAND 
MARY FRANCES BOBO 
DON BOCCIA, ATO 
TED BOLEWARE 



Damascus, Syria 

Fort Worth, Texas 

Searsboro, Iowa 

Moss Point 

Amsterdam, N.Y. 



Schenectady, N.Y. 

Vicksburg 

Oak Park, III. 

Pascagoula 

Brookhaven 



Edwards 

Evergreen, Ala. 

Kewanee, III. 

Biloxi 

Jackson 



Pascaqoula 

New Orleans, La. 

Tehera, Iran 

3arquisimeto, Venezuela 

Maqee 



Hattiesburq 

New Orleans, La. 

Fayette 

Valera, Venezuela 

Mendenhall 



Biloxi 

McKeesport, Pa. 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Tylertown 



Lonq Beach 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburq 

Vero Beach, Fla. 



Prentiss 

Schenectady, N.Y. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Gulfport 

Picayune 



Vicksburg 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Kensington, Md. 

Hattiesburg 

Liberty 



Hattiesburg 

Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Fairlawn, N.J. 

Prentiss 



SOPHOMORES 








SOPHOMORES 



MARTHA BOONE, AAA 
THOMAS BOSTIAN 
BILL BOUNDS 
JAMES BOURNE 
CAROLYN BOUTWELL, *M 


Cantcn 

Landis, N.C. 

Lucedale 

Columbia 

Laurel 


2 




BILLY BOWERS, IIKA 
BARBARA BOYD 
WILLIAM S. BOYER 
JAMES A. BRADLEY, JR. 
RAE ELLEN BRADLEY 


Jackson 

Tylertown 

Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 

Sumrall 


3 




CAROLYN BRADY 
JUANITA BRAU, AAA 
ADELE BRELAND, ASA 
DAVID KAYE BREWER 
JAY S. BRICKMAN 


Gulfport 

New Orleans, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 


4 




JO ANN BRISTER 

THOMAS EDWARD BRISTER 

WILLIAM L. BRITTON, JR., *KT 

FRANKIE BROCK 

V. LOUISE BRONDUM 


Brookhaven 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Laurel 


5 




BETTE BROWN 
HARRY C. BROWN 
SARAH BROWN, 222 
JIMMY BROWNING, $KT 

CAROL FAYE BRUMMETT 


New Orleans, La. 

Jackson 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Prichard, Ala. 

Jackson 


6 




ANN L. BRYAN, KA 
RICHARD KENNETH BULLOCK 
PATTI BURDICK 
BETTYE BURRUSS, KA 
MIKE BURSON 


Mobile, Ala. 

Columbia 

Conway, Ark. 

Bogalusa, La. 

Dallas, Texas 


7 




JAYNE BUSH 
MIKE BUSBY, ATtt 
JOHN M. BUTLER 
GLORIA BYRD, A2A 
WAYNE BYRD 


Jackson 

Hattiesburq 

Hattiesburq 

Hattiesburq 

Prichard, Ala. 


8 




BECKY CAGLE 
PATRICIA CALCOTE 
BILL CALDWELL 
SANDRA CALHOUN 
WILLIAM H. CAMPBELL 


Jackson 

Prentiss 

Metairie, La. 

Philadelphia 

Ocean Sprinqs 


9 




SHARON CANFIELD <f>M 
JIM CANONICA 
CAROLYN ANN CANTON 
C. ANTHONY CARANNA 
BILLY CARLISLE 


Moss Point 

Mechanicville, N.Y. 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Prichard, Ala. 


GENE CARLISLE, ATiO 
SAMUEL A. CAROLLO 
LAMAR CARPENTER 
L. VANE CARROLL, JR., IIKA 
SYLVIA CARROLL 


Memphis, Tenn. 

Leiand 

Mobile, Ala. 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 



WILL CARSON 
SARAH CASTO 
WILLIAM CHEATHAM 
LEWIS CLARK, KA 
VICTORIA CLARKE 


Gulfport 

Moss Point 

Arlington, Va. 

Hattiesburg 

Woodville 




2 


LINDA CLINTON 
ELENE M. COBB, KA 
WILLIAM R. COCO 
JAMES J. COLE 
CAROL ANN COLEMAN 


Jackson 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Natchez 

Gulfport 




3 


BETTY COOPER, AAA 
DONALD COOPER 
CLAUDE R. CORLEY 
JUDY COUPER 
CAROLYN COURTNEY, AAA 


Baytown, Texas 

Long Beach 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Amite, La. 


ANNE COWART 
COURTNEY COWAND 
CAROLYN COX, f-M 
LEE CRAIG, AAA 
LENORA F. CRAIG 


4 

Daisetta, Texas 

Bay St. Louis 

Jackson 

Tallulah, La. 

Alexandria, Va. 




5 


CATHY CRANDALL, IIB* 
TERRY CROSBY 
JAMES W. CURRIE, KA 
GEORGE DAHLGREN, K2 
STANFORD W. DANIEL 


Meridian 

Moselle 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 




6 


MICHAEL L. DAULT 
ARTHUR DAVIS 
RONNIE DAVIS 
JAN DAVIS 
LIBBY DAVIS, <i>M 


Glencoe, III. 

Seminary 

Pascagoula 

Bassfield 

Laurel 




7 


LINDA DAVIS, A2A 
OYD W. DAVIS 
ARON V. DAWSON 
JULIA MARIE DEAS 
THOMAS ALLEN DEAS, 2<*>E 


Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 

Coffeeville, Ala. 

Saraland, Ala. 




8 


CATHLEEN DENTON, Xfi 

SISSYE DILL, *M 

GEORGE W. DiPASOUALE, ATO 

BARBARA DIX, AAA 

JOANN DOHERTY 


Hattiesburg 

West Point 

Paterson, N.J. 

Waynesboro 

Fairlawn, N.J. 




9 


LAURA DOWDLE, AZ 
JEROME H. DRANE, JR. 
GAIL DRENNON 
JOYCE DRIGALLO, *M 
ROBERT J. DUNCAN 


Theodore, Ala. 

Port Lavaca, Texas 

Long Beach 

McKees Rock, Pa. 

Jackson 




10 


WARREN DUNN 

MARILYN DYKES 

JUDY EAST 

ROGER LAMAR EASTERLING 

JELNA EDWARDS 


Jackson 

Bay Springs 

Brandon 

Broom 

Lucedale 



SOPHOMORES 





SOPHOMORES 



RAYMOND T. EGERS 
LOUIS ELIAS, KA 
RAMON N. ELIZONDO 
LINDA ELKINS, ASA 
NANCY ELLZEY, AAA 



BILL ENDRESS, JR., ATft 
CHARLES ENGBARTH 
ALLEN L. EVERETT, JR. 
TOM EVERETTE, ATO 
ROY EURE 



CAROLE EVERSOLE 
ROBERT EXUM 
ABIGAIL FAIRCHILD 
DOUGLAS C. FARR 
ROBBIE FARRAR 



NORMAN FARVE 
PATRICIA FELKER 
GWEN FERGUSON 
BILLY W. FILLINEAME 
JUEL A. FISACKERLY 



KATHY FITZHUGH 
RORA LYNN FLEMING 
JACK L. FOIL 
GINNY FORD, AAA 
JUDY FORD 



6 



CAROLYN FORTENBERRY 
JOE DALE FORTINBERRY 
LARRY K. FOSTER, K2 
MARY LEE FOSTER, KA 
ROBERT T. FOSTER, JR. 



LARRY FRENCH 
DAVID FRYE 
NELDA GAINES 
MARIDEE GAINEY 
MIKE GASTON, K2 



MAXINE GAYARD 
FREDRICA GEIGER, TIB.* 
ALFREDO GIL 
GLORIA GILLILAND, ASA 
CHARLOTTE GOBER 



JERRY GOFF 
GORDON GOLLOTT 
LEN GRAHAM 
BETTY GRAVA 
CLEMIE GRAVES 



LESLIE GRAVES 
WILLIAM L. GRAVES, III 
JOANN GRAY, Xil 
FRANK S. GREEN 
GUY F. GREEN, JR. 



DllOXI 

Gulfport 

Mobile, Ala. 

Clinton 

Laurel 



Evansville, Ind. 

Biloxi 

Beaufort, S.C. 

Milton, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 



Harlan, Ky. 

Paterson, N.J. 

Woodville 

Roxie 

State Line 



Sumrall 

Columbia 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 



Gulfport 

Mobile, Ala. 

Bogalusa, La. 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 



biloxi 
Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Church Hill 

Jackson 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Cantonment, Fla. 

Jackson 

Prichard, Ala. 



Biloxi 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Caracas, Venezuela 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 



Moss Point 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

McComb 

Pascagoula 



Liberty 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Huntsville, Texas 

McLain 

Biloxi 



113 



JIMBO GREEN, KA 


Hattiesburg 


LEE NELL GREEN 


Mobile, Ala. 


MASON GREEN, K2 


Woodville 


DARLYNE GREENOUGH, AZ 


Moss Point 


FRANK GREER 


Hattiesburq 




2 


JERRY GREER 


Jackson 


BETTY JO GREGORY 


Hattiesburg 


CARA LEE GRINDLE 


Mobile, Ala. 


MELANIE GRISHAM 


Biloxi 


MARVELLE GROOM 


Gulfport 




3 


WANDA LeGRONE, X<> 


Gulfport 


JAMES GUERCIO 


Natchez 


EARL GUNTER 


Pass Christian 


SUZAN HACKER 


Mobile, Ala. 


KAYE HAIRSTON, Xfi 


Jackson 




4 


JERRY L. HALL, XV. 


Jackson 


TED M. HALL, FIKA 


Jackson 


VIRGIE HALL 


Mississippi City 


BETTE LYNN HALSTEAD 


Ocean Springs 


JAMES W. HAMIL 


Hattiesburg 




5 


EDWIN HAMILTON 


Hattiesburg 


RONALD HAMLIN 


Panama City, Fla. 


HENRY HAMMACK 


Laurel 


MIKE HANCOCK 


Gulfport 


WILLIAM HANDOGA 


Little Falls, N.J. 




6 


LINDA HANNON, ASA 


Florence 


JOHN C. HANSEN 


Boston, Mass. 


BOB A. HARDY 


Biloxi 


GEORGE HARDY 


Jackson 


ROBERT HARGER, AT<> 


Columbia 




7 


PRESTON HARRINGTON, Acacia 


Hattiesburg 


CISSIE HARRIS, *M 


Hattiesburg 


DOUGLAS HARVEL 


Laurel 


GAINES HASKEW 


Jackson, Ala. 


MARY GENE HATTEN 


Gulfport 




8 


JOAN HAVARD 


Lucedale 


LINDA HAWKINS, ASA 


Winona 


EDWINA HELTON 


Petal 


JOSEPH M. HELTON 


Hattiesburg 


WILLIS HENDERSON 


Richton 




9 


ERNESTO HERMOSILLO 


Chihuahua, Mexico 


SELBY B. HERRINGTON 


Vicksburg 


GEORGE HILBURN 


Whistler, Ala. 


ANTHONY B. HILL, JR. 


Laurel 


THOMAS R. HILL 


Soso 




10 


JON HINSON 


Tylertown 


CAROLYN HODGES 


Leakesville 


DIANTHA HODGES 


Biloxi 


KENNETH R. HODGES 


Mobile, Ala. 


ALVA M^RIE HOFFMAN, 22S 


Little Rock, Ark. 



SOPHOMORES 





SOPHOMORES 



DONNA HOGUE 


Estabuchie 


SHARON HOILES 


Robertsdale, Ala. 


MELONY ANN HOLIMAN 


Jackson 


SUZANNE HOLLAND 


Crestview, Fla. 


THOMAS HOLLIDAY 


Hazlehurst 


2 




KENT HOLLINGSWORTH 


Moselle 


SUE HOLLOWAY 


Laurel 


JUDY HOLMES, <M 


McComb 


JEAN HOLYFIELD 


Prentiss 


NORMA LEE HOOPER 


Gulfport 


3 




GARLANE HOWELL 


Hattiesburg 


CHARLES L. HOWLE 


Mobile, Ala. 


VIRGINIA HUDSON 


Meridian 


BARBARA HUGHES, KA 


Gulfport 


VICKI HUGHES, AAA 


Clarksdale 


4 




CLINTON HUMPHREY, *KT 


Laurel 


JOANN HUMPHRIES 


Hattiesburg 


JOE PAUL HUNT, KA 


Forest 


BUDDY HUTHMAKER, KA 


Hattiesburg 


FRANCESCO IANNUZZI 


Cosenza, Italy 


5 




WINNIE LEN INGRAM, *M 


McComb 


BRISA IRARRAZABAL 


Coguimbo, Chile 


GUERRY ISLER 


Mobile, Ala. 


LYNN JACK 


Mobile, Ala. 


GLENN JACOBS 


Jackson 


6 




DONALD B. JAYE 


Stockton, Ala. 


JERE JEFCOAT 


Lena 


JERONE JOHNSON 


Vicksburg 


KEN JOHNSON, K2 


Pelahatchie 


KENDALL W. JOHNSON 


Hattiesburg 


7 




MAC JOHNSON 


Walnut 


S. BETTY JOHNSON, Xfi 


NeW Orleans, La. 


HENRY THOMAS JONES, III, ATO 


Columbus 


JANICE L. JONES, 222 


Mize 


JUDY JONES 


Gulfport 


8 




RICHARD JONES 


Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 


LOUISE JORDAN 


Nashville, Tenn. 


RETTA JUSTICE, ASA 


Jackson 


ROBERT KATRISHEN 


Hazleton, Pa. 


SYLVIA KEETON, KA 


Birmingham, Ala. 


9 




CHARLES F. KELLY 


Petal 


JOHN F. KENDALL 


D'Lo 


LLOYD H. KIMBROUGH, 2*E 


Itta Bena 


JERRY G. KING 


Liberty 


JOHN KIRK 


Whistler, Ala. 


10 




LYNNE KIRK 


Moorhead 


ROGER L. KIRKLAND, JR. 


Foley, Ala. 


KENNETH KNOX 


Calvert, Ala. 


ADALYN MARIE KOEN 


Hattiesburg 


NICK KOLINSKY 


McKees Rock, Pa. 



L 



RICHARD KRAFT 
LINDA LADNER 
JOHN DALTON LADNIER 
MARK LAMMON 
ANN LANE 


Glencoe, III. 

Hattiesburg 

Hurley 

Mobile, Ala. 

Prichard, Ala. 




2 


JOHNNY LANE 
EMILY LARSEN 
NAN LATIMER, *M 
FLOYD R. LEE 
MARTHA LEGETT 


Mobile, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Philadelphia 

Hattiesburg 

Gulfport 




3 


JOHN G. LEGGETT, IIKA 
REBECCA LEITCH, KA 
EDWARD LEPOMA 
CHARLES LINDSAY 
LEE LINDSAY 


Alexandria, Va. 

Panama City, Fla. 

Biloxi 

Fanwood, N.J. 

Ouincy, III. 




4 


JIM LINTON 

ROBERT P. LIPPELMAN, ATO 

RODERICK E. LOPER 

PHILLIP LOVE 

GUY R. LOVELY 


Meridian 

Pensacola, Fla. 

New Augusta 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 




5 


GLORIA LOWMAN, AZ 
DONIS LUTER 
ELAINE MAGEE 
JUNE MAJURE 
DIANNE MALEY, AAA 


Farmer City, III. 

Tylertown 

Prentiss 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Jackson 




6 


CLAUDE C. MALONE, KA 
SUZETTE MANUS 
LINDA MARBLE 
CHARLIE MARTIN 
DWAYNE MARTIN, KA 


Hattiesburg 

Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Jackson 

Meridian 

Albany, Ga. 




7 


KEN MARTIN 
LARRY O. MARTIN 
MARY ANN MARTIN 
JULIA MASKEW, AZ 
CARROLL JOY MATTNER 


New Orleans, La. 

Leland 

Moss Point 

Pascagoula 

Kenosha, Wis. 




8 


MARY NELL MAXEY, ASA 
HERMAN MAY, IIKA 
SANDRA MAZUR 
ROCCO J. MELILLO 
GARY WAYNE MILLER 


Hattiesburg 

Brandon 

Jackson 

Newark, N.J. 

Collinsville 




9 


RUSSELL MILLER, ATfi 
JANE MILLETTE, 222 
BOB MITCHELL 
JAMES G. MONSOUR 
DAVID M. MONTAZER 


Kansas City, Kan. 

Utica 

Meadville 

Vicksburg 

Iran, Tehran 




10 


LARRY D. MONTGOMERY 
MARGARET MOREAU, A2A 
JIMMY MORGAN, ATfi 
ALMA JEAN MURPHY 
PAMELA MURPHY 


Laurel 

Bay St. Louis 

Hattiesburg 

Bay Springs 

Natchez 



SOPHOMORES 





SOPHOMORES 



PATSY MURRAY, ASA 


Mobile, Ala. 


SONIA MURRAY 


Crosby 


JUDITH MYERS 


Hattiesburg 


FRANK McATEE 


Jasper, Ala. 


JUDY McCAFFERTY, <f>M 


Reform, Ala. 


2 




F. CLIFTON McCARSTLE 


Woodville 


MURIEL McCARTY, KA 


Hattiesburg 


CHARLOTTE McCLARY, 2S2 


Mobile, Ala. 


DORIS McCORMICK 


Vossburg 


PAULINE McCORMICK 


McComb 


3 




JOANN McCOY 


Dekalb 


SHERRY McCRAW 


Jackson 


JAMES D. McDANIEL 


Laurel 


JOE McDANIEL 


Magnolia 


CHARLOTTE McDONDA 


Hattiesburg 


4 




HOWARD McGEE, 2*E 


Jackson 


CHARLES H. McGOWEN 


Hattiesburg 


JANE McGOWEN 


Hattiesburg 


JOHN J. McGRAIN, *KT 


Westbury, N.Y. 


DAVID 1. MclLWAIN, JR. 


Meridian 


5 




JUDIE MclNNIS 


Leakesville 


BOB MclNVALE, K2 


Mobile, Ala. 


JANE McKENZIE, AAA 


Hattiesburg 


PATTY McKEOWN 


Biloxi 


BOBBIE McKINNON, II B* 


Meridian 


6 




BEN McLEOD 


Leakesville 


FRANKIE McLEOD 


Leaf 


SANDRA McLEOD, TIB* 


Pensacola, Fla. 


HAYES McMAHAN 


Union 


SANDRA McNEILL, 4>M 


Laurel 


7 




DANIEL McQUAGGE *KT 


Hattiesburg 


ANITA CLAIR McRAE, XO 


Gadsden, Ala. 


JAMES WILLIAM McSWEEN 


Laurel 


RAYMOND NAJOLIA 


New Orleans, La. 


SCOTT NASH, ATI! 


Evansville, Ind. 


8 




MALCOLM REGIEL NAPIER 


Hattiesburg 


JERRY NELSON 


Meridian 


MAC NELSON 


Pascagoula 


RITA NETTERVILLE 


McComb 


CHARLES NICHOLLS 


Midwest City, Okla. 


9 




LARRY H. NICHOLS 


Jackson 


RODDY NICHOLS 


Houston, Texas 


KAY NOBLE 


Gulfport 


JERRY L. NOBLES, KA 


Hattiesburg 


MARTY NOBLES 


Gulfport 


10 




BOB NOGRADY 


Smithtown, N.Y. 


RONNIE NOLEN 


Jackson 


JERRY D, NOVAK 


Cleveland, Ohio 


BEN F. NOYES 


Mobile, Ala. 


PATT ODOM, SSS 


Petal 



JAIME E. OLMOS 
BILL OWEN 
GORONWY OWEN, 
JOE PACKWOOD 
MONTY PARDEN 



III 



DIANNE PARKER, Xfl 
DOROTHY PARKER 
LARRY PARKER 
SELENA PARKER, ASA 
SUSAN PARKER, IIB* 



WAYNE PARMER 
KATHRYN PATRICK 
MACK PATTERSON, IIKA 
RONALD D. PATTERSON, KA 
RANDY PATTON, K2 



JIM PAYNE, KS 
JOHN A. PEARSON, 2<t>E 
MELISSA PEARSON, ITB<J> 
ROBERT PENN, IIKA 
JUDY PER RETT 



THOMAS J. PHILLIPS, 24>E 
WILMA F. PHILLIPS 
VINCENTINE PIAZZA 
MAUREEN PIGOTT 
KATHLEEN PIPER 



LEON C. PIPPIN, *KT 
TONY POGGI, KS 
LYDIA POLK 
BILL PORTER, ATO 
DAVID R. POTIN 



A. THOMAS POTTER 
ROBERT POWERS 
MARIAN PRICE 
GEORGE D. PYLANT, JR. 
PEGGY OUEEN 



G. WENTZELL OUIGLEY 
SERENE OUINN 
ALICE MARIE RAHAIM 
PATSY DIANE READ 
VERNON REINIKE 



CONRAD RICHARD, JR. 
LYNDA RICHARDSON 
RONNIE RICHARDSON 
MARGUERITE RICHMOND, KA 
LINDA RITTER, X« 



JAMES R. ROBBINS, <J>KT 
LEWIS W. ROBERTS 
VICKI ROBERTS, *M 
SUZANNE ROBINSON 
NORMAN H. ROCKWELL 



SOPHOMORES 



Chirigui, Panama 

Mount Home, Idaho 

Mobile, Ala. 

Tylertown 

Mobile, Ala. 



Lucedale 

Raleigh 

Mendenhall 

Moselle 

Meridian 



Prichard, Ala. 

Pelahatchie 

Florence 

Hattiesburg 

Centreville 



Newton 

Abingdon, Va. 

Hattiesburg 

McComb 

Gulfport 



Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 

Fayette 

Picayune 

Brookhaven 



Pensacola, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mount Olive 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Miami, Fla. 

Jackson 

Pascagoula 

Purvis 

Memphis, Tenn. 



8 



Biloxi 

Jackson 

Laurel 

Laurel 

Long Beach 



Jackson 
Mobile, Ala. 
Rolling Fork 

Jackson 
Hattiesburg 







New Orleans, La. 

McComb 

New Orleans, La. 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 




, 




SOPHOMORES 



SARAH RUTH ROGERS 


Lucedale 


TOMMY ROSE 


Laurel 


GRADY ROSS 


Jackson 


ADLER ROTHSCHILD, II 


Pensacola, Fla. 


VIVIAN A. RUSHING, AAA 


Hattiesburg 


2 




AARON LARVE RUSSELL 


Picayune 


PAUL RUSSELL, KS 


Maqee 


SYLVIA SABATINI, "KVI 


Jackson 


SHERMAN SANDERS 


Biloxi 


LAWRENCE A. SANDERSON, JR. 


Hattiesburg 


3 




CHARLA SANFORD 


Wilmington, Del. 


JOSEPH SCARBOROUGH 


Biloxi 


LUKE SCHISSEL 


Decorah, Iowa 


ED SCHLEGEL, IIKA 


Jackson 


LINDA SCHMIDT, AAA 


New Orleans, La. 


4 




GAYE SCHROCK, KA 


Picayune 


ROLAND SCROGGINS 


Jackson 


WILLIAM C. SCRUGGS, JR. 


Hattiesburg 


RICHARD SESSIONS 


Prentiss 


GEORGIA SEVEDGE 


Gulfport 


5 




C. EDWARD SHAFFER 


Jackson 


WILLIAM A. SHEPARD, K2 


Hattiesburg 


GENE SHEPPARD 


Hattiesburg 


ROBERT SHETLER, ATQ 


Evansville, Ind. 


J. S. SHILSTON, KA 


Pensacola, Fla. 


6 




MARIANNE SIMMONS 


Newton 


WILLIE A. SIMMONS 


Magnolia 


WILLIAM SIMPSON 


Morton 


LINDA SIURUA 


Moss Point 


PATRICIA SLADE 


Gulfport 


7 




AMY SMITH, AAA 


Camden, Ala. 


AUDREY SMITH 


Pascagoula 


BARBARA ANN SMITH 


Pensacola, Fla. 


CARROLL SMITH 


Brookhaven 


FRANCES SMITH, .AAA 


Canton 


8 




GALE L. SMITH, *KT 


Pascagoula 


GERALDEEN SMITH 


Union 


KATHLEEN SMITH 


Union 


OLLENE SMITH 


Brookhaven 


DON SOLOMON, Acacia 


Vicksburg 


9 




RICHARD SPENCER, KA 


Hattiesburg 


JOYCE ANN STANFORD 


Ithaca, N.Y. 


BARBARA G. STEVENS 


Spartanburg, S.C. 


LELAND STEVENS 


Hattiesburg 


DALE WINTHROP STEWART, IIKA 


Alexandria, Va. 


10 




ALFRED STILLMAN, JR., Acacia 


Biloxi 


JACK G. STRATS 


Pascagoula 


ARTHUR STRAUS 


Savannah, Ga. 


WILLIAM F. STROUD, III 


Mt. Olive 


MARTHA STUART 


Mississippi City 



119 



SPENCER SUBLETT 


Moss Point 


WILLIAM F. SUDDITH, *KT 


Key West, Fla. 


JOHN W. SULLIVAN, JR. 


Jackson 


HAROLD SUMMER 


Columbia 


HOWARD GOODLOE SUTTON 


Linden, Ala. 




2 


ANTOINETTE SWAIN 


Mobile, Ala. 


CLAY SWANZY, 4>KT 


Mobile, Ala. 


CAROLYN SWITZER, XV. 


Hattiesburg 


MARY SYLVESTER 


Gulfport 


ROBERT L. TAYLOR, JR., 2*E 


Kingsport, Tenn. 




3 


EM 1 LIE TEMPLET, 222 


New Orleans, La. 


CAROL THOMAS, AAA 


Hattiesburg 


JOHN W. THOMAS 


Hattiesburg 


HARRY M. THOMAS, JR. 


Hattiesburg 


NICK THOMAS 


Yazoo City 




4 


DOROTHY THOMPSON 


Forest 


NANCY THOMPSON 


Petal 


PAT TINDELL, AZ 


Pascagoula 


KATHLEEN TOOMEY, ASA 


Hattiesburg 


MARTHA TUCKER, 222 


Hattiesburg 




5 


KIRK TURNER 


Mobile, Ala. 


LINDA TURNER 


Hattiesburg 


ROBERT LEE TURNER 


Leaksville 


JOANNE VALENTE 


Schenectady, N.Y. 


VICTOR VARNADO 


Hattiesburg 




6 


ROLETTE VILLERE 


New Orleans, La. 


SUE ELLEN WALKER 


Biloxi 


DON WALLACE 


Essex Fells, N.J. 


JIMMIE LOU WALLACE 


Natchez 


LANNY WALLACE 


Morton 




7 


DOUGLAS WALLEY 


Richton 


JIMMIE CLAIRE WALLEY, A2A 


Pascagoula 


CAROL ANN WALTERS 


Hattiesburg 


LILY E. WALTMAN 


Hurley 


JOHNNY WALTON 


Neshoba 




8 


KAY WARD 


Philadelphia 


LARRY C WATTS, ATO 


Hattiesburg 


SUSIE ANNE WATTS, AZ 


Pelahatchie 


ROY WELCH, JR. 


Liberty 


ALICE WENTWORTH, X« 


Hattiesburq 




9 


JOY WEST, 222 


Mize 


LAWRENCE F. WEST 


Jonesville, La. 


MARY BETH WHEELER, Xfi 


Orleans, Ind. 


GARNER R. WHITE 


Biloxi 


IRENE WILKINSON, XQ 


Hattiesburg 




10 


JUDY WILLIAMS 


Brookhaven 


PHILIP WILLIAMS 


Bay Minette, Ala. 


RANDA WILLIAMS 


Hattiesburq 


ARTHUR R. WILLIAMSON 


McLain 


CHARLES E. WILLIAMSON 


Prichard, Ala. 



SOPHOMORES 



120 





SOPHOMORES 



JERRY WILLIAMSON 
CAROLYN WILSON 
CHARLIE K. WILSON 
JAMES WILTSHIRE 
STEPHEN BING WONG 


Oakvale 

Hattiesburg 

Bay Springs 

Jackson 

New York N.Y. 


2 




DAVID WOOD 

IVAN YESNES 

GEORGE E. YOUNG, <J>KT 

PATRICK DUEL ZIMLICH, KS 

LYNDA ZIRKELBACH, IIB«f> 


TylertoV/n 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Pensacola, Fla. 




General Nat and pal 




Freshman Class Officers, Left to Right: Steve Wood, President; Gay Kihyet, Secre- 
tary; Kenny Bruce, Vice-President, and Kay Pickens, Treasurer. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 

OFFICERS AND 

FAVORITES 



Freshman Class Favorites: Kay Piclcens and Kenny Bruce. 





FRESHMEN 



123 



CHARLES AARONS 
JOAN ABBLEY 
KENNETH ADAM 
CARL WAYNE ADAMS 
GERALD R. ADAMS 



PAUL ADAMS 
MARILYN ADDISON 
ANN AINSWORTH 
RENEE ALBRITTON 
JEAN ALEXANDER 



DIANNE ALFORD, 222 
FRANK ALBRITTON, IIKA 
CHARLES ALLEN 
DELORES ANN ALLEN, 222 
L. WAYNE ALLEN 



NANCY ALLEN 
SHIRLEY ANN ALLEN 
PAT ALTMYER 
CAROLYN ANDERSON, XQ 
JO ANDERSON 



Clifton, N.J. 

Pass Christian 

Littleton, Mass. 

Pascagoula 

Mobile, Ala. 



Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 

Osyka 

Lucedale 

Waynesboro 

Moss Point 



McComb 
Jackson 
McComb 
Gulfport 
Gulfport 



Mt. Olive 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Natchez 

Mobile, Ala. 



MICHAEL ANDERSON 


Panama City, Fla. 


BILL APPLEWHITE 


Hattiesburg 


CAROLYN ARBUTHNOT, Xft 


Canton 


SANDRA ARGENTO 


Falls Church, Va. 


RALPH ATKINS 


Hattiesburg 


6 




ANNE ROBIN AUTREY, KA 


Jackson 


ELIZABETH BARICEV 


Hattiesburg 


CATHERINE E. BARR 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


PATSY BARROW 


Jackson 


CAROLYN BAXTER 


Biloxi 



SUSAN BAYERLE, ASA 
KAY BEARD 

TRAVIS BECKHAM, K2 
MARY EARLE BEEMON 
LINDA BEESON 



CAROL BELL 
GEORGE BELL, JR. 
GERALD E. BELVE 
CLAUDIA BENKE 

GAIL BENNETT, AAA 



DIANE BENTHINE 
JAMES BERRY 
KENNETH BERRY 
JACK BEVON, JR., K2 
DONALD BIDLACK 



CAPPY BISSO, KA 

LINDA BLANKINSHIP, KA 

JOHN BLOODWORTH 

SUSAN BOLEM, KA 

MARY ALICE BOLLING, 222 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Gulfport 

Brookhaven 



Ethel 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Laurel 



Starkville 

Braxton 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Newport, R.I. 



New Orleans 

Gulfport 

Biloxi 

Jackson, Ala. 

Pensacola, Fla. 



BARBARA BOWERS, AAA 
CECELIA ANN BOX 
RANDY BOXX 
MARY BRADFORD, 222 
CAROLE JEAN BRADLEY 



JAYNE BRADSHAW 
EDWARD BRAGG 
SHERRY BRAMHALL 
DOUGLAS BRAMLETT 
SANDRA L. BRANTLEY 



SUE BREATH, Xfl 
DARRYL BREAZEALE 
CHARLOTTE ANN BRELAND 
SUZANNE BRELAND 
CECILE BREWER 



PATSY BREWER, #M 

LINDA CAROLYN BRINKMAN 

MAVIS BRITTON 

RALPH BRODIE 

HOWARD BRONK, Acacia 



NOLAN BROOKS, TTKA 
RONNY BROOKS 
B. RAY BROOME 
BARBARA ELAYNE BROWN 
KENNETH TRAVIS BRUCE K2 



LYLE BRUMFIELD 
EVERETT BRUNSON 
BOB BRYAN 
SARA BULLARD 
RAYMOND BURNS 



JAMES C. BUTLER 
KATHERINE BYNUM 
ANNIE LOU BYRD 
BILLY JOE BYRD 
JOHN BYRD 



JOHN BYSTRICKY, ATfi 

KAY CALLOWAY 

DONALD BRUCE CAMPBELL, ITKA 

JEANNE CARLOS 

SHIRLEY CARLSON, KA 



CAROLE CARMICHAEL, *M 
BILLY CARPENTER, KA 
DIANNE CARPENTER, KA 
DONNA CARPENTER, A'Z 
CHARLES CARRUTH 



GENIE LOU CARRUTH 
DAVID K. CARTER 
ELIZABETH A, CARTER 
JUDY CARTER 
MARGARET CARTER 



FRESHMEN 



Hattiesburg 

TutViler 

Mt. Olive 

Hazlehurst 

Hattiesburg 



Mobile. Ala. 

Moss Point 

Charlotte, N.C. 

Lutz, Fla. 

Whistler, Ala. 



3ay St. Louis 

Wiggins 

McComb 

Columbia 

Hattiesburq 



Natchez 

Pascagoula 

Bucatunna 

Canandaigua, N.Y. 

Albany, N.Y. 



Jackson 

Magee 

Moss Point 

Prichard, Ala. 

Natchez 



Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

irmingham, Ala. 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 



Brookhaven 

Laurel 

Lucedale 

Mobile, Ala. 

Biloxi 



Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Skaweateles, N.Y. 

Laurel 

Pascagoula 



Prichard, Ala. 

Jackson 

Biloxi 

Butler, Ala. 

Summit 



10 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Gloster 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Panama City, Fla. 





FRESHMEN 



ROBERT EARL CARTER 
JERRY CHAFIN 
JERRY CHALFANT 
CAROLYN CHAPMAN 
RICHARD CHAPUIS, JR. 



PAM CHASON, KA 
CAROLYN CHATHAM 
STEPHANIE CHAVEZ 
EMIL C. CHOLAR, K2 
JEANETTE CHOW 



M. WAYNE CHRISTIAN 
MADGE CLACKLER 
JUDY CLARK, IIB* 
BARBARA LYNN CLARKE 
ALEX CLAYTON, ATtt 



JAMES THOMAS CLEMONS 
BARBARA CLEVELAND 
MAJOR RAY CLICK 
MICHAEL CLINE 
SANDRA COBB 



JIMMY T. COCHRAN 
DONNA COFFEY 
BILL COGGINS 
JOYCE COGGINS 
HELEN E. COLEMAN 



VICKI COLES, KA 
JAMES L. COLLINS, Acacia 
GEORGE CONTOS 
JANET COOK 
LARRY COOLEY 



MAVIS COOPER 
ROGER CORBETT 
JIMMY COSPER 
DONNA COTITA, KA 
KENT COTTLE 



CHARLIEN COTTON, A2A 
DALE COUSART, KA 
JIMMY COX 

CLAUDE T. CREIGHTON, JR. 
PATSY CRENSHAW 



CLINTON CRUM 
IRVIN CUEVAS 
SANDRA CULPEPPER 
CHARLES CURRY, *KT 
MIKE CURRY 



10 



JEAN DAIGLE 
SHIRLEY DALE 
125 STANLEY R. DALTON, JR. 
KATHY D'ANOS 
JO DANIEL 



Hattiesburg 

Panama City, Fla. 

Alexandria, La. 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Pascagoula 



Foley, Ala. 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

Greenville 



Theodore, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

North Kansas City, Mo. 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 

Lexington 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Calhoun City 



Jackson 
Hot Springs, Ark. 
Jackson 
Jackson 
Clinton 



Quincy, III. 

Milton, Fla. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Purvis 

Gulfport 



Poplarville 

rav/ford, Ontario, Canada 

Hattiesburg 

Pascagoula 

Ocean Springs 



Florence 

Charlotte, N.C. 

Booneville 

Elberta, Ala. 

Lucedale 



Wiggins 

Bay St. Louis 

Waynesboro 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Columbia 

Hattiesburg 

Cantomment, Fla. 

Jackson 



-: 



ALFRED DARST 
JUNE DAVIDSON 
SUE DAVIDSON 
BARBARA DAVIS 
ELAINE DAVIS 



GEORGE ANN DAVIS, *M 
GERALD GRADY DAVIS 
MERLE DAVIS 
CAROLINE DEAN, KA 
MARVIN DEAS 



JOAN DeMOTTA 
VIRGINIA DEMPSEY 
PAM DENIS 

DENNIS DENMARK, IIKA 
KATHLEEN DENMARK 



JANE DENNIS 
HERBERT DENSON 
ELEANOR DePRIEST 
JUDY DICKERSON, ASA 
ROSMARY DICKEY 



PAUL R. DICKSON, *KA 
YVONNE DILL 
SARAH FRANCES DILLON 
EVELYN DOAN 
MARGARET DOESCHER 



MAURY DOLES 

NEAL DOSSETT 

RUTH IE DOSSETT 

MARY ELIZABETH DOSTER, A;Z 

WAYNE DOUGLAS 



BETH DOWDLE 
DUANE DREADEN, 2*2 
JUDY DRISKELL 
POWERS D. DUNAWAY 
BARBARA DUNCAN 



CAROLE DUNCAN 
DIANE DUNCAN 
MARTHA DUNLAP 
DONNIE DUNN 
MARY BETH DUNN 



SANDRA DUNN 
TROY H. DUNNAM, JR. 
LINDA DYKES 
ELLEN EARL, 222 
CAROLYN EASON 



NOLLIE EATON 

JIM EBERT, 2*2 

R. LEE EDMONDSON, JR. 

CAROL LEA EKER, 222 

ELIZONDO NICANORA 



FRESHMEN 



St. Louis, Mo. 

Whitfield 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 

Laurel 



Hazlehurst 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Germantown, Tenn. 

Mobile, Ala. 



Biloxi 

Frankville, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Moss Point 

Lucedale 



Jackson 

Natchez 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburq 

Heidelburg 



5 

Hattiesburq 

Hattiesburg 

Tylertown 

Prichard, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



Corinth 

Hattiesburg 

Eight Mile, Ala. 

Brookhaven 

Biloxi 



Meridian 

Prichard, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

3aton Rouge, La. 

Hattiesburg 



8 

Gulfport 

Belmont 

Hattiesburg 

Whistler, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 
Mobile, Ala. 

McComb 
Eufaula, Ala. 

Gulfport 



Hattiesburg 

Falls Church, Va. 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Mobile, Ala. 




^ 




FRESHMEN 



CHERYL ELLIS 

LARRY ELLIS 

RANDY ELLIS 

MARY BENJAMIN ELLISOR 

BOB ERHART, KS 



GLORIA ETHERIDGE 
DONNA JO EVERETT, KA 
TERRY EVERETTE, ATfl 
FRANCES FAGAN 
MARY JO FAIRCHILD, KA 



ROSA EUGENIA FAIRCHILD 
GABRIEL FALK 
ANDREA FARROW, AAA 
SYLVIA LYNN FENN 
FRAN FERGUSON 



Sumrall 

Blytheville, Ark. 

Memphis, Tenn. 

De Funiak Springs, Fla. 

Mobile, Ala. 



Natchez 

Magee 

Mcintosh, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 

Miami, Fla. 



Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

San Antonio, Texas 

Summit 

Hattiesburg 



MARY ELIZABETH FETTERLY 


Biloxi 


ELLIS FINCH 


Laurel 


MIKE FINDLEY 


Mobile, Ala. 


SANDRA FINLEY 


Mobile, Ala. 


JULIAN FISHER 


Moss Point 



JOHNNY LOUIS FITZMORRIS 
LATRICIA FLASH 
PAULETTE FLOYD 
OLIVIA FOLDS 
FRAN FORD 


Hattiesburg 

Shubuta 

Jackson 

Mobile, Ala. 

Magnolia 


6 




FRANK FORD, KZ 
WYNELL FORD 
LARRY FORNEA, KS 
DONALD L. FORTENBERRY 
HEDDA FRANSEN 


San Antonio, Texas 

Bay Springs 

Foxworth 

Petal 

Hattiesburg 


7 




ARLENE FRAZIER 
JOHANNA FRAZZITTA 
THOMAS R. FRESOVI 
JOHN MASON FRYE 
MICKEY GALLAGHER 


McComb 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Schenectady, N.Y. 

Hattiesburg 

Groton, N.Y. 



JIM GALUPPI, K2 
DONNA GAMBLE, IIB* 
WAYNE GARDNER 
HUGH A. GARLAND 
LAQUITTA GARRASON 



RITA GATLIN 
GAREY GAY 

THOMAS GILD GAYLE, III 
JACK E. GIBSON 
NANCY GILDS 



10 



BARBARA GILLEY, AZA 
GLENN GILLEY 
SUSAN GINTER 
RONALD M. GIOVANELLO 
BEVERLY GOBER 



DeWitt, N.Y. 

McKeesport, Pa. 

Jackson 

Eglin A.F.B., Fla. 

River Falls, Ala. 



Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Selma, Ala. 

Atlanta, Ga. 

Jacksonville, Fla. 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Tyndale A.F.B., Fla. 

Southbridge, Mass. 

Mobile, Ala. 



MICHAEL E. GOLDEN 
NEILL GOOCH, KS 
SETH GRANBERRY, JR. 
J. LARRY GRANT 
SHARON GRANT 


Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Garden City, Mich. 

Biloxi 




2 


LINDA GRANTHAM 
PEGGY GRANTHAM 
PAMELA GRAY 
RENAE GRAY, IIB# 
SANDRA GRAY 


Jackson 

Moselle 

Hattiesburg 

Madisonville, Ky. 

Hattiesburg 




3 


BETTY GREENWOOD 
IDA GREER 
ADAH GRENN 
LYNDA GRIFFIN 
BILL GUFFEY 


Prentiss 

Natchez 

Bogue Chitto 

Vicksburg 

Enid, Okla. 




4 


BARBARA GUIDO 

GAIL GULLETTE 

JESSIE GULLEY 

WILLIAM FRANK GUMP, JR., KS 

LYNDA GUY 


Natchez 

Jackson 

Grenada 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 




5 


DARLENE HAFER 
ALICE HALBERT, KA 
DONALD HALL 
JERRY ANN HALL, *M 
HELEN HAMBURG 


New Orleans, La. 

Laurel 

Mobile, Ala. 

Natchez 

Foley, Ala. 




6 


BETTY JANE HAMILTON 
WALTER HAMILTON, KS 
CHARLENE HANNA 
JIM HANSFORD 
HERSCHEL HARDEE, JR. 


Mt. Olive 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 

Clara 




7 


MARY HARRIS, ni>4> 
WILMA NELL HARRIS 
BILL HARRISON, ATfi 
CHARLES T. HARRISON 
IRCEL HARRISON 


Hattiesburg 

Moss Point 

Venice, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Mobile, Ala. 




8 


SHARON ALGA HARRISON, SSS Tampa, Fla. 
ANN HART Jackson 
DIANE HART Brookhaven 
ELISABETH HARTMAN Hattiesburg 
HILDA HARVISON McLain 




9 


CLAUDE HATTEN, KS 
VIRGINIA ROSE HAVILAND 
JUDY HAWKINS, ASA 
TROY HAWKINS 
WILLIAM D. HAWKINS 


Hattiesburg 

Ocean Springs 

Hattiesburq 

Laurel 

Jackson 


DICK HAWKS 

RONALD HAWORTH 

ALICE HAY 

KYLE HEARN 

MELLEEN HERCHEAHAHN 


10 

Mobile, Ala. 
Fairlawn, N.J. 
Fort Gipson 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



FRESHMEN 





FRESHMEN 



BILLY JOE HERRING 
BOBBY HERROD 
JOE HESS 
WARNER HESSLER 
CHARLES HESTER 



JOHN HESTER 
MARY EVELYN HEWITT 
ROBERTA HICKMAN, A2A 
PHYLLIS HICKS, X'Q 
JACK HILL, 2*2 



JUNE HINES, AAA 
GARY HINTON 
SHARON HINTON 
VONCILE HINTON 
ALINE HOBBS 



4 



OLIVIA HODGIN 

DON HOGAN 

BILL KIETH HOISINGTON 

ELIZABETH HOLLIDAY 

ELIZABETH ANN HOLLINGSWORTH 



JERRY E. HOLMES 
HERBERT HONEYCUTT, AT'fi 
JEFFERSON D, HONG 
PEGGY HOOKER 
DINA HOPKINS 



LARRY HORN 

JEANNETTE DAWN HORTON 
ARNETT HOUCK 
MARTHA HOUPT 
CHARLES HOUSER, ATifi 



SANDRA HOUSLEY 
BUDDY HOWARD 
FRANCES T. HOWARD 
LARRY HOWELL 
RICHARD HOYDICH 



PETER HREBENAK 
ALVIN MICHAEL HUDSON 
RONALD HUDSON, A TO 
ELIZABETH HUGHES 
FANT HULSEY, A TO 



TOM HUNGER 
PEGGY HUNTER, 222 
PEGGY HYDRICK 
MIKE HYMAN, K2 
HAROLD IRBY, KA 



PAUL ISAAC 
JULIA ANN ISHEE 
ANDY JACKSON 
SANDRA JACKSON, Xfi 
KNOXINE JACOBS 



Hattiesburg 

Natchez 

Jackson 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 



Fairhope, Ala. 

Pascagoula 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Waynesboro 

Lucedale 

Bay St. Louis 



Meridian 

ay Minette, Ala. 

Jackson 

Jackson 

Pascagoula 



Tylertown 

Mobile, Ala. 

Greenville 

D anama City, Fla. 

Mendenhall 



Booneville 

Columbia 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Sumrall 

Lucedale 

Mobile, Ala. 

Mobile, Ala. 

Maplewood, N.J. 



Little Falls, N.J. 

Pascagoula 

Levittown, Pa. 

Meridian 

Hattiesburg 



Lorain, Ohio 

Natchez 

Forest 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



Philadelphia 

Taylorsville 

Petal 

Bogalusa, La. 

Hattiesburg 



CARLOTTA JAMES 


Moss Point 


NEIL P. JAMES 


Mobile, Ala. 


PATSY JAMES 


Tupelo 


ROBERT JARRELL 


Hattiesburg 


DENNIS JEROME 


Pascagoula 




2 


CONNE JESSE 


Yazoo City 


SHERRILL JOHNSON, AZ 


Gulfport 


MARY ANNE JOHNSTON, AZ 


Gulfport 


OLIVIA JOHNSTON 


Pascagoula 


ROBERT EARL JOHNSTON 


Hattiesburg 




3 


STEVE JOLLY, KA 


Columbus 


BETTY CAROL JONES 


Hattiesburg 


DENNIS JONES 


Laurel 


DIANE JONES 


Brookhaven 


EMILY JONES, IIB* 


Greenville, Ala. 




4 


JOHN ALLEN JONES, ATO 


Hattiesburg 


LLOYD S. JONES 


Hattiesburg 


THALA JONES 


Pascagoula 


TONI R. JONES, AZ 


Jackson 


JUDY JORDAN, AAA 


Ocean Springs 




5 


ERNESTINE JOYNER 


Mobile, Ala. 


GLENNIE JUBELA 


Mobile, Ala. 


DICKIE JUNKIN 


Natchez 


ROBERT K. KAINE 


Atlanta, Ga. 


MARGARET JEAN KALIF 


Pass Christian 




6 


JOANN KASBOHM 


Biloxi 


MARTHA KASSIS 


Gulfport 


GUY KEANE 


Drexel Hill, Pa. 


JERRYE KAY KENNEDY 


Jackson 


SUSAN KERR, KA 


Winter Garden, Fla. 




7 


KATHLEEN KERSH, AZ 


Biloxi 


GAY KIHYET, ASA 


Pascagoula 


ROBERT KILGO 


Kreole 


MARTHA KINCHLOE 


Brookhaven 


DARRYL KINNISON 


Mobile, Ala. 




8 


JANET THEDRA KINNISON 


Natchez 


DIANN KIRKLAND, AZ 


Jackson 


JIM KITCHENS 


Crystal Springs 


CAROL KNOX 


BroQkhaven 


BILL KOEHLE, ATO 


Foley, Ala. 




9 


WALTER KOONCE 


Grenada 


CHARLES KORNMAN 


Biloxi 


DIANE KREBS 


Pascagoula 


BEN KRESTEEL 


Hattiesburg 


GAYLE LADNER 


DeLisle 




10 


BARBARA LAMBERT 


Jayess 


LOIS LAMBERT 


Ruth 


RONALD LAMEY 


Leakesville 


LOUIS LANGLEY 


Pascagoula 


MARY LAYTON 


Mendenhall 



FRESHMEN 



130 





FRESHMEN 



131 



LESLIE LEE 
LINDA LEE, AAA 
SUE LEE 
LINDA LENN 
WILLIAM C. LESLIE 



ROBERT M. LEWIS 
RITA ROSE LIKINS 
PAUL LIND 
HENRY LIPSEY, EA 
CAROL LLOYD 



DOUG LOCKE 
MIKE LOPER, .3*2 
BILLY DALE LOTT 
PATTI LYND, 4>M 
MAYZE MACKRELL, Xfl 



BILL MADDOX, ATO 
CHARLYN MAGUIRE, 222 
BILLY MALLETTE 
JACK MALONE 
PAT MALONE, AZ 



DAVID MANESS 
WILLIAM MANSFIELD 
JOHNNY MARDIS 
THOMAS MARDIS 
RAYMOND C. MARTIN 



SHIRLEY MARTIN 
WALLACE DEAN MARTIN 
DENNIS MARTINEZ 
HOLLEY MATHEWS 
LESLIE MATTHEWS 



CHARLOTTE MATHIS 
RICHARD MATULE 
PETE MAURER, ATO 
SANDRA MAXWELL 
JOYCELYN McARTHUR 



PATSY McATEE 
J. P. McAVADDY 
LOIS McBRAYER 
JAMES P. McCABE 
PAT McCLAIN, AAA 



GAIL McCORMICK, KA 
BARBARA McCURLEY 
LAWRENCE McDAVID 

buth Mcdonald 

INA JO McELHANEY, A2A 



ALBERT KELLY McGAVOCK 
PAT McGIVAREN 
BETTY McGOWAN 
ARTIE McGRAW, AT« 
BETTY LOU McKENZIE 



Waynesboro 

Greenville 

Petal 

Evansville, Ind. 

Gulfport 



Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Sudbury, Mass. 

Prentiss 

Mobile, Ala. 



Seminary 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburg 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Laurel 



Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Lucedale 

Hattiesburg 

Fort Sill, Okla. 



Canton 

Dundee 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Atlanta, Ga. 



Pascagoula 

Albany, Ga. 

Managua, Nicaragua 

Birmingham, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 



Jackson 

Fair Lawn, N.J. 

Venice, Fla. 

Falls Church, Va. 

Prentiss 



Jackson 

Atlantic City, N.J. 

Prentiss 

Mobile, Ala. 

Greenville 



Laurel 
Laurel 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Andalusia, Ala. 
Hattiesburg 



Gulfport 

Natchez 

Jackson 

Pensacola, Fla. 

Tylertown 



BETH McLAURIN 
MARY McLAURIN, ASA 
CINDY McLELLAN 
OPAL McMAHAN 
FLORENCE McMANUS 


Porterville 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Little Rock 

Hazlehurst 




2 


BEVERLY McMELLON 
CHARLOTTE McMURTRAY 
SHIRLEY ETHEL McNABB 
ELLIS CARL McNAMEE 
JAMES R. McNEILL 


Escatawpa 

Gulfport 

Columbia 

Brookhaven 

Hattiesburq 




3 


ANN MARIE MEEK 
JANE MEREDITH, Xfi 
BETH MICHAELY 
HERMAN MIDDLETON 
MAXINE MILES 


Pascaqoula 

Hattiesburq 

Gulfport 

Vicksburq 

Picayune 




4 


DEWEY MILLER 
JOSPPH B. MILLER 
KATHY MILLER 
MARY ELLEN MILLER 
SHIRLEY H. MILLER 


Mobile, Ala. 

Gulfport 

Mobile, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Sumrall 




R 


JOHN TOM MIMS 
JIMMY MITCHELL 
M. A. MOCK, JR. 
JUDI MOFFATT 
RALPH MOGEL 


Mobile, Ala. 

Tylertown 

Hattiesburq 

Pascagoula 

Alexandria, Va. 




ft 


BILL MOHON, KS 

ROBERT GLENN MOLSBEE 

RAMON MONLEA 

BARBARA MONTGOMERY, AAA 

KEN F. MONTIEL 


Natchez 

Ocean Springs 

Schenectady, N.Y. 

Edwards 

Mobile, Ala. 




7 


JOHN HARALSON MOODY 
LUCILLE MOODY 
CHARLES MOON 
GERALD MORRIS 
O'NEAL MORSE 


Natchez 

Gulfport 

Mississippi City 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 




8 


ANNEAS MOSES, JR., K2 

WAYNE MOSLEY 

STEPHEN A. MOTCHES, IIKA 

JACK W. MOUNT 

TEDDI MOVAN, S2Z 


Gulfport 

Mobile, Ala. 

Elizabeth, N.J. 

Hattiesburq 

McKeesport, Pa. 




9 


EARL MURPHY 
ROBERT P. MURPHY, JR. 
WILLIAM C. MURPHY 
ELAINE MYATT, ASA 
SUZANNE MYERS 


East Brewton, Ala. 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Petal 

Purvis 

Ne\v Auqusta 


CARLEEN NECAISE 
LESTER NEELY 
KENNETH NELSON 
MADELINE NELSON, IIB* 
JO ELLEN NETTLES 


10 

Henderson, Ky. 

Marion, Ala. 

West Palm Beach, Fla. 

Laurel 

Brandon 



132 



FRESHMEN 





FRESHMEN 



LORRAINE NETTLES 
PAULA NEW 
KAY NEWMAN, AAA 
TOMMY NEWMAN 
LARRY NICHOLSON 


Jackson 

Petal 

Natchez 

Mobile, Ala. 

Gulfport 


2 




SUE NICKOL, TIB* 
ROBERT F. NIMOCK, JR 
DAVID NOBLES, K2 
JOHN NORRIS, Acacia 
LINDA GAIL NORSWORTHY 


Chicago, III. 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 
Milton, Fla. 

Waynesboro 


3 




PALMIRA NOVKOV 
BUD ODOM, nKA 
JAMES ODOM 
BETTY LOU OLSON, 222 
GLENDA O'NEAL 


Sebring, Fla. 

Jackson 

Citronelle, Ala. 

Orlando, Fla. 

Brooklyn 


4 




RITA ANN ORCHOLL 
ELLIS OWENS 
BEVERLY PARK, XO 
HOWARD PARKER 
SHARON PARKER 


Chicago, III. 

Semmes, Ala. 

Hattiesburq 

Petal 

Hattiesburg 


5 




CAROL PARNELL 
GARY PARNHAL, 2*2 
PATRICIA PATRICK 
SALLY PATTERSON 
JAMES N. PAULY 


Gulfport 

Clairton, Pa. 

Mcintosh, Ala. 

Fairhope, Ala. 

Winnetka, III. 



WILLIAM T. PAULY 
RICHARD PENICK 
PAT PENN 

IEFFERSON D. PENTON 
FRED PERRY, TTKA 



Ocean Sprinqs 

Mobile, Ala. 

Summit 

McLain 

Ro.selle Park, N.J. 



REBECCA PERRY 
ALLEN PETRO, ATft 
ANDREW FRED PETRO, ATfi 
ROBBY PETRO ATO 
WALLACE PEZENT, Acacia 


Richards-Gebaur AFB, Mo. 

Hattiesburq 

Leland 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson, Ala. 


R 




MIKE PHILLIPS 
GEORGE PIAZZA 
VERONICA PIAZZA 
KAY PICKENS, AAA 
JEAN PICKETT, 222 


Hattiesburq 

Natchez 

Fayette 

Jackson 

McComb 



JOAN PIERCE 
MARY FRANCES PILGRIM 
BILL PINAMONTI, 2*2 
OLIVER WENDELL PITTMAN 
STEVE A. PITTMAN 



JUDY POSEY 
CYNTHIA POWELL, A2A 
MARY KATHRINE POWELL 
ZEKIE POWELL, KA 
CHARLES POWERS 



Petal 

Philadelphia 

Frontenac, Kansas 

Petal 

Sandy Hook 



Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Hattiesburg 

Auburn, N.Y. 



JOHNNY POWERS 
STELLA PRATHER 
RAY E. PRESTON 
CATHY PRIMOS 
ROSEMARY PUCKETT 


Jackson 

Laurel 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson 

Hattiesburg 




2 


JUDITH DIANNE PUGH, ASA 

LARRY W. PUGH 

TERRELL PUGH 

KITTY PUNESSON, IIB* 

DIANE PURVIS, ASA 


Port Sulphur, La. 

Lucedale 

Kreole 

Hattiesburg 

Jackson 




3 


MILDRED QUARLES 
LARRY D. RAINEY 
LINDA RAINWATER 
GARY RANDALL, KA 
CHARLEY RATCLIFF, KA 


Vicksburg 

Hattiesburg 

Waynesboro 

Biloxl 

Natchez 




4 


STEVEN D. RAVESIES 
BUDDY RAY 
MARY JANE REED, Xfi 
BARBARA REEVES 
GWEN REEVES 


Hattiesburg 

Mobile, Ala. 

Natchez 

Hazlehurst 

Hattiesburg 




F 


JANIE REEVES, KA 
JERRY REEVES 
EVELYN REEVS 
ROBERT REGAN, KS 
RONALD T. REGAN, KS 


Gulfport 
Pascagoula 
Yazoo City 

Groton, N.Y. 

Groton, N.Y. 




ft 


DON LEIRD RENEGAR, nKA 
SKIPPY REYNOLDS, TTKA 
CAROLYN RICHARDSON 
FAY RICHARDSON 
BILL RIDLEN, S*E 


Jackson 

Jackson 

Petal 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Knoxville, Iowa 




7 


RENA RILEY 
YVONNE RILEY 
CHARLES RITCHIE 
JOE ORIS RITCHIE 
WILLIAM H, ROBERTS 


Laurel 

Sumrall 

Laurel 

Ruth 

Mobile, Ala. 




R 


JUDY ROBERTSON 

LINDA ROBERTSON, *M 

GAYE ROBINSON 

HOWARD E. ROBINSON, JR., Acacia 

RICHARD ROGERS, KA 


Laurel 

Liberty 

Mobile, Ala. 

Jackson, Ala. 

Bogalusa, La. 




9 


HENRY R. ROPER 
JEANNIE ROSE 
BRUCE ROSSMEYER, A TO 
JUDY ROUSE 
JIMMY RUDDER 


Pensacola, Fla. 

Biloxi 

Metuchen, N.J. 

Lucedale 

Brookhaven 


KATHY RUNNELS 
JAMES C. RUSHING, ATO 
THOMAS RYAN 
FRANCES GALE SAENZ 
MARGARET SAETRE, Xfi 


10 

Jacksonville, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Biloxi 

Hattiesburg 

Hattiesburg 



FRESHMEN 





FRESHMEN 



135 



PATRICIA ANN SALTER 

STEVE SANDERS 

GAIL SANDIFER 

ROBERT HARMON SANDS, AT« 

JACKIE SARTIN, ASA 


Peterman, Ala. 

Montgomery, Ala. 

Jackson 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 


2 




STEPHEN R. SAUCIER 
DOUGLAS SAWYER 
RICHARD W. SAWYER 
SANDRA KAYE SAXON, 222 
JOSEPH SCARPA, K2 


Bay St. Louis 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Chickasaw, Ala. 

Meridian 

Vineland, N.J. 


3 




RUTHIE SCHOENIGER, Xft 
MARCIA SCHROCK, KA 
CHARLIE SCHUCK 
PAT SEAMAN 
STEPHEN SEKUL 


Hattiesburg 

Picayune 

Hattiesburg 

New Orleans, La. 

Biloxi 


4 




PHILIP SELCER, K2 
NELSON SELLERS 
ANNE SHARP 
JACK SHARP 
THOMAS SHARP 


New Orleans, La. 

Magee 

Sebring, Fla. 

Petal 

Petal 


5 




WILLIAM L. SHARP 
SANDRA SHATTLES 
CALVIN SHAW 
GARRY SHAW 
GEORGE SHERRILL 


Pensacola, Fla. 

Hattiesburg 

Perkinston 

Mobile, Ala. 

Hattiesburg 


6 




PEPPY SHIELTS 
CLEAMON SHOEMAKE 
MARY BETH SHOEMAKE, 222 
ED SHUBERT 
LINDA SHUFF, *M 


Louisville 

Hattiesburg 

Laurel 

Milton, Fla. 

Meridian 


7 




KAREN SHUTT, Xfl 
RAY SIBLEY, Acacia 
ROBERT SIBLEY 
GARY SIGNOR 
KATHY SIMMONS 


Biloxi 

Bogalusa, La. 

Bogalusa, La. 

Schenectady, N.Y. 

Brooklyn 


8 




RONALD SIMNICHT 
CLAUDIA SIMPSON 
EVELYN SINGLETARY 
WARREN K. SINNOTT, K2 
CAROLYN SKINNER, AZ 


Biloxi 

Milton, Fla. 

Milton, Fla. 

Weymouth, Mass. 

Biloxi 


9 




CAROL ANN SLAUGHTER 
THOMAS SLOVICK 
ANDREA SMITH 
DELANA SMITH 
DOROTHY JUNE SMITH, AAA 


Jackson 

Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Brookhaven 

Petal 

Dallas, Texas 


10 




GRACE SMITH, *M 
KATHLEEN SMITH 
KENNETH W. SMITH 
LARRY SMITH 
MARYLEN SMITH, KA 


DeKalb 

Natchez 

Pascagoula 

Hattiesburg 

Huntsville, Ala. 



. 



NELDA SMITH 


Petal 


JANICE SMYTHE 


Moss Point 


RICKY SNEED, KS 


Jackson 


ALFRED G. SNELGROVE 


Lake Jackson, Texas 


MARY JEAN SOKOLSKI 


Pass Christian 




2 


DANILO SOLANO 


Costa Rico 


RICHARD SOLEY 


Boston, Mass. 


NANCY SPAULDING 


Williamson, W.Va. 


ROY SPELL, JR. 


Picayune 


MACK SPENCE, #KT 


Purvis 




3 


VIRGINIA SPENCE 


Picayune 


DENNIS SPENCER, A'TO 


Hattiesburg 


ROY J. SPENCER, 2*E 


Hattiesburg 


TOMMY SPINKS 


Hattiesburg 


JANIS STACY, ASA 


Jackson 




4 


KAREN STAKER 


Mcintosh, Ala. 


SUSAN STALEY, «f>M 


Biloxi 


NORRIS STANFORD 


Ithaca, N.Y. 


LINDA STARKEY 


Mobile, Ala. 


PAM STEINER 


Mobile, Ala. 




5 


EUGENE STEPHENS 


Laurel 


HAYDEN STEPHENS 


Sumrall 


MARIAN STEWART, KA 


Yazoo City 


FRANKIE STILLINGS 


Saraland, Ala. 


NEAL STOKES 


Hattiesburg 




6 


SANDRA STRAHAN 


Morton 


BENARD STRONG 


Utica 


PATRICIA A. STUBBE 


Laurel 


HOWARD STUTZMAN, JR. 


Ft. Adams 


JUDY STUTZMAN 


Lessley 




7 


ELLEN SULLIVAN 


Tylertown 


RACHEL SULLIVAN 


Jackson 


FLOYD SUMRALL 


Laurel 


SUNNY SUMRALL, AZ 


Long Beach 


JUDITH SUTTLE, Xfi 


Charlotte, N.C. 




8 


BECKY SWIFT 


Mobile, Ala. 


DON SWIFT 


Mobile, Ala. 


CLAUDE SWITZER 


Ocean Springs 


BRUCE TABOR 


Passaic, N.J. 


ELLEN TABOR 


Gloster 




9 


JOSEPH A. TANNATTA 


Schenectady, N.Y. 


SANDRA F. TARLETON 


Grove Hill, Ala. 


BONNIE TAYLOR, AAA 


Jackson 


LYNN TAYLOR, AAA 


Jackson 


RICHARD E. TAYLOR, KA 


Hattiesburg 




10 


WAYNE TAYLOR 


Crosby 


FRANK TEASLEY 


Hattiesburg 


SYLVIA TEASLEY 


Dardanelle, Ark. 


VIRGIL TEE 


Hattiesburg 


PATRICIA TELLEJOHN 


Durby, Kansas 



FRESHMEN 





FRESHMEN 



PENELOPE THATCHER 


Laurel 


BILLY WAYNE THOMAS 


Roseville, Calif. 


DOUGLAS THOMAS 


Hattiesburq 


LESLIE THOMAS, ATfi 


Palms, Calif. 


CAROLYN KAY THOMPSON, X\Q 


Canton 


2 




TERESA THOMPSON 


Bogalusa, La. 


MARY THWEATT 


Natchez 


JEAN THYER 


Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 


DONNA TIDMORE 


Mobile, Ala. 


CHARLES TINSLEY 


Handsboro 


3 




BARBARA TOLBERT 


Petal 


CLAUDE TRAHAN, 2*E 


Biloxi 


RODGER TRIGG 


Petal 


BARBARA TUCKER 


Jackson 


DERREL TUCKER 


Lucedale 



EARLENE TUCKER, ASA 
CARROLL TUMEY 
GLORIA TYNER 
KAYE VANDEGRIFT 
JOHN R. VANN 



J. B. VanSLYKE, JR. 
LYN VINCENT, AAA 
GENE VINSON 
BILL VOSS, K2 
HERMAN WALKER 



Hattiesburq 

Liberty 

Hattiesburq 

South Hempstead, N.Y. 

Citronelle, Ala. 



Hattiesburq 
Hattiesburq 

Jackson 
Natchez 

Sumrall 



JAN WALKER 




Mize 


ROBERT WALKER 




Meridian 


ROBERT WALLACE 




Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 


CHARLIE WALLEY, 


K2 


Hattiesburq 


WILMA WALLEY 




Hattiesburq 


7 






PATRICIA WALLS 




Natchez 


LYNN WALTER 




Newton 


BETTY WALTERS 




Jaclcson 


ALMA WARD 




Silver Creek 


HARRY WARD 




Bay St. Louis 


8 






LINDA WARDLAW, 


222 


Jackson 


ALEX WARE 




Gulfport 


MARTHA L. WARREN 


Hattiesburg 


GANN WATSON 




Hattiesburq 


SHIRLEY WATSON 




Fayette 


9 






JEANIE WEATHERSBY 


Gulfport 


JAMES R. WEAVER 




Mobile, Ala. 


CHARLES N. WEBB 


K2 


Hattiesburg 


ROY WEEKLY 




Prichard, Ala. 


RONALD WEHRER, 


<I>KT 


Hattiesburg 



10 



MIKE WEILL 

LARRY DEAN WELBORN 

ROSE WELFORD 

JIMMY WELLS 

LEWIS WELLS 



Biloxi 

Laurel 

Lucedale 

Magee 

Kreole 



VAN L. WELLS, K2 


Hattiesburg 


JON PAUL WESTBROOK 


Summitt 


MARSHALL WHATLY 


Mobile, Ala. 


DAVIS HERMAN WHITE, 2*E 


Biloxi 


WYNOLA WHITTENBERG 


Gulfport 




2 


ARLON ARNOLD WIDDER 


Theodore, Ala. 


WILLIAM HAROLD WILDMAN, JR. 


Alexandria, Va. 


BEVERLEY WILHITE 


Jackson 


CHERYL WILKINSON 


Jennings, La. 


DOROTHY CARROLE WILLIAMS 


Torman 




3 


GLYNN WILLIAMS 


Thomaston, Ga. 


JOHNNIE WILLIAMS 


Theodore, Ala. 


JOYCE WILLIAMS 


Jackson 


LEDNARD WILLIAMS 


Pascagoula 


LYNDA G. WILLIAMS 


Wilmer, Ala. 




4 


MARGARET WILLIAMS, Xft 


New Orleans, La. 


ANNELLE WILLIAMSON 


Monticello 


BETTY JO WILLIAMSON 


Grovehill, Ala. 


CHRISTIE WILSON 


Whistler, Ala. 


EMILIE KAY WILSON 


State College 




5 


JERRY WILSON 


Mobile, Ala. 


MALVIN WILSON 


Waveland 


SUSAN WILSON 


Gulfport 


ULRIKE WINCKELMANN 


Waveland 


GINNY WINDHAM 


Mobile, Ala. 




6 


BRENDA WITHERS 


Mobile, Ala. 


JANEEN WITTERS 


Biloxi 


STEVE WOOD, KS 


Hattiesburg 


AMELIA WOODALL 


Ouitman 


SHARON WOOLUM 


Moss Point 




7 


PEGGY WRIGHT 


Canton 


LINDA YARBROUGH 


Hattiesburg 


LARRY YATES 


Hattiesburg 


JEAN YETT 


Picayune 


JOHN T. YOUNG 


Hattiesburg 




8 


MARY YOUNG 


Ft. Walton Beach, Fla. 


THOMAS YURAN 


Pittsburgh, Pa. 


JOSEPH J. ZDYBEL 


Berkeley, N.J. 


RONALD ZELESNICK, ATO 


Metucker, N.J. 





Jl£a 





FRESHMEN 



138 



JAMES O. ALLEN 


Hattiesburq 


G. F. BEISSEL 


Hattiesburq 


PATRICIA BASDEN BEVERLY 


Hattiesburq 



LELIA L. BOURDIN 



CHARLES W. BROGDON 



MARION ANNE BUSBY, A.ZA 



BOBBY JOE CARROLL 



ROY GARLAND CLARK 



JACK C. COOLEY 



JOHN BENNETT EASTERLING 



GLENN E. ENDRIS 



JOSEPH RICE EVERETT 



Pass Christian 

Wewahitchka, Fla. 

Waynesboro 



Hattiesburq 

Laurel 

Petal 



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Hattiesburq 


FRANK FOHRMAN, 2*E 


Pensacola, Fla. 


FLAVIUS GOSSAGE 


Pensacola, Fla. 



CLASS OF 



1962 




139 




DONALD GATES 



RICHARD C. GUESS 



STANFORD P. GWIN, IIKA 



TOM HAYNES 



JOHN T. HAZARD, SAE 



NORMAN HOLLIS HENDRY 



DARLENE C. HILL 



JAMES C. HOLADAY, KA 



HILDA HOLIFIELD 



MARVIN M. JOHNSON 
RONALD CURTISS KERSH 
HERMAN N. LEE 



SAMUEL A. LEWIS 



RICHARD J. LINDEN, K£ 



LOUIS LEE LYNCH 



Jackson 

Hattiesburg 

Knoxville, Tenn. 



Beaumont, Texas 

Biloxi 

Bay Springs 



Greenwood 

Azusa, Calif. 

Laurel 



Prichard, Ala. 

Biloxi 

Mt. Olive 



Hattiesburg 

Chicago, III. 

Gulfport 



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GRADUATES 



SANDRA McCLUNG 


Tunica 


G. E. "VAN" McDUFFIE 


Beaumont, Texas 


JAMES E. MclNNIS, K2 


Hattiesburg 



DAVID MOFFETT, K2 




Laurel 


JEAN ELLEN MYATT, ASA 




Purvis 


CBLINA NAVARRETE 


Bogota, 


Colombia 



BENNIE NOEL 


Forest 


JORJA MAE POUND 


Pontotoc 


GEORGE SCHEIDERMAN 


Englishtown, N.J. 

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JOHN W. STANTON, 2«J>E 


Gulfport 


LAMAR STARKY 


Semmes, Ala. 


JOYCE TALLY, <*>M 


Hattiesburg 



TRUMAN M. THORNTON 
LYNETTE C. TUGGLE 
DANIEL G. WADSWORTH 



FLORA MAY WATTS, KA 
WINFRED WELFORD 



Bay Springs 
Hattiesburg 
Hattiesburg 



Hattiesburg 
Citronelle, Ala. 




High honors of Mississippi Southern College are 
membership in Hall of Fame and Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. These honors 
are awarded to those who are richest in ability and 
who have given the most moral, religious, civic, and 
academic service to the school. The method of 
election, faculty vote based upon past record, 
makes these among the most desired honors at 
Southern. 

Not only service, but also popularity, talent, and 
beauty — gualities possessed in part by every South- 
ern student — are enhanced and developed by the 
atmosphere prevading campus life. Mr. and Miss 
MSC, Miss Southern, Beauties, and alternate Beau- 
ties are all fit and charming representatives of a 
school filled with elements of Southern culture. 
The students pictured in this section have gained 
coveted titles and, along with these titles, the ad- 
miration and respect of their fellow students and 
the faculty. 




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CAROLE JANE COLEMAN 

Mobile, Alabama 

Delta Delta Delta 

Service Projects Chairman, Corre- 
sponding Secretary, Record Secre- 
tary, Delta Delta Delta Sorority; Tri 
Delta Service Projects Scholarship 
Award. 

Librarian, Study Group Chairman, 
Study and Training Area Head, First 
Vice-President, Chairman, Officers' 
Workshop, Wesley Foundation; Mem- 
ber of Wesley Foundation Board of 
Directors. 

Recorder, Secretariat Chairman, Chair- 
man, Student Conference on Para- 
mount Events (SCOPE); Secretary 
Committee, Southern Universities Stu- 
dent Government Associations (SUS- 
GA); Secretary, Hickman Hall; Fresh- 
man Orientation Committee; SOUTH- 
ERNER staff; German Club. 

Pi Tau Chi, honorary religious frater- 
nity; Religious Emphasis Week Com- 
mittee of 100; Historian, Kappa Delta 
Pi, honorary education fraternity; Phi 
Delta Rho, honorary leadership and 
scholarship fraternity for senior women; 
Kappa Delta Pi Scholarship Award; 
Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities. 



146 



MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY 
Jackson, Mississippi 

Wessley Foundation Council Member, 
First Vice-President, Secretary, Board 
of Directors; Interconference Commis- 
sion on Methodist Student Work; Presi- 
dent, State Methodist Movement; REW 
Committee Chairman; Francis Perry 
Scholarship from Women's Division of 
Methodist Church (2 years); Pi Tau 
Chi. 

Debate Squad; Crew Chief for "Damn 
Yankees"; Minor role in "J. B. "; Crew 
for "The Lady's Not For Burning" and 
"Sleeping Beauty"; WMSU Staff; 
Southern Singers. 

Junior Senator; Women's Affairs 
Board; Women's Affairs Board Schol- 
arship; Orientation Group Leader; 
Devotional Chairman in Dormitory; 
Vice-Chairman of Honor House. 

Pi Kappa Delta, Vice-President; SCOPE 
Delegate; Vice-President and President 
of Phi Delta Rho; Kappa Delta Pi; 
Kappa Delta Pi Scholarship; Freshman 
Counselor; Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Universities. 




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TALMAGE DWAIN HARPER 
Laurel, Mississippi 

Outstanding Freshman Music Major 
Award; Outstanding Sophomore Music 
Award; Marching Band; Concert Band; 
Wind and Percussion Ensemble; Instru- 
mental Conductor's Conference Band; 
Symphony Orchestra; Southern Sing- 
ers; Mississippians; Hattiesburg Choral 
Union; Male Glee Club. 

Secretary, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia; 
Vice-President, Phi Eta Sigma; Secre- 
tary, Kappa Delta Pi; Secretary, Pi 
Kappa Pi; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pro- 
gram Chairman, Music Educators Na- 
tional Conference; Editor of Entertain- 
ment Section of Drawl. 

Greater Council of Baptist Student 
Union; Pianist of Baptist Student Fel- 
lowship; Orientation Committee of 
Student Christian Federation; Chair- 
man of Assembly Committee for REW. 
Applicant for Rhodes Scholarship; Can- 
didate for Crown Zellerbach Scholar- 
ship; Recipient of Academic Scholar- 
ship; Who's Who; Delegate to SCOPE. 



148 



WILLIAM ALBERT MERTON 
Fostoria, Ohio 

First Vice-President, Student Govern- 
ment Association; Vice-President, Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa; Vice-President and 
President of Band; Vice-President and 
President, Phi Mu Alpha; Treasurer, 
Phi Eta Sigma; Dormitory Proctor; 
Member of Kappa Kappa Psi. 

Outstanding Omicron Delta Kappa 
Male Freshman; Outstanding Fresh- 
man ROTC Cadet; Major Roles ; n 
"Oklahoma" and "Damn Yankees." 




149 



WHO'S WHO 



AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 



The students recognized by Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities are nominated from approximately 750 
colleges and universities. Campus nominating committees consider, 
in making their selections, the student's scholarship, his participation 
and leadership in academic and extracurricular activities; his citizen- 
ship and service to the school; his promise of future usefulness. 

After being chosen by the campus committee, the student's name is 
submitted to the national organization. Mississippi Southern College 
is extremely proud of the thirty-seven outstanding students who have 
been accepted for Who's Who. 

Pictured on the following pages are the outstanding students of 
Mississippi Southern College for the year 1961-62. Each recipient 
is the possessor of one main outstanding quality: an exceptional 
ability in all of the different areas and modes of college life. It is easily 
recognizable from the listing of their activities and honors that these 
students have taken a part in and exemplified themselves in all phases 
of campus activity. The SOUTHERNER takes pride in presenting the 
outstanding students who have contributed the most to our campus 
community. 



BARBARA AYRES ALLEN 
LILLIE NELL BRANTLEY 
KIRBY LEE BRELAND 
BRENDA LEE BURCH 
KEITH LOUIS BURKHART 
KITTY BLANCHE CARTER 
ROY GARLAND CLARK 
DAVID KEITH COBB 
CAROLE JANE COLEMAN 
VINCENT CALVIN CURRIE, JR. 
HORACE BYRD DICKERSON 
BARBARA ERLE FAGAN 
DAVID EARL FOSTER 
JAMES ERNEST GLASSCOCK 
MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY 
LINDA GAIL GUNTER 
STANFORD PAYNE GWIN 
LUIS JESUS HADDAD 
TALMAGE DWAIN HARPER 
ROBERT ANTHONY HERMETZ 
GEORGE MICHAEL MAITRE 
ALICE LUCY MAW 
JANICE JO CRAIN MOORE 
CAROLYN FAYE McLEAN 
ELIZABETH HARRIS NEELLY 
WALTER LEWELLYN POSER 
BONNIE DALE PURVIS 
STEPHEN APOLLOS SAXON 
ELIZABETH CLARE SEAMAN 
CONNIE KATHERINE SHIVERS 
JOHN RAYMOND SIMPSON 
VIRGINIA BOYDE SOJOURNER 
WILLIAM ROBINSON STERRITT. JR. 
JUDITH HARDIN STILL 
BERTHA JANE VINCENT 
JAMES DAVID WEBB, JR. 
JOHN RICHARD WILSON 



150 



BARBARA AYRES ALLEN 
Pass Christian 

Dean's List scholar and member of Alpha 
Lambda Delta and Pi Kappa Pi scholastic honor 
societies; served as president of Alpha Lambda 
Delta and Mu Phi Epsilon; active in dormitory, 
religious, and professional organizations. 



WHO'S WHO 




LILLIE NELL BRANTLEY 
Waynesboro 

Dean's List scholar; served as treasurer of Stu- 
dent National Education Association, treasurer 
of Panhellenic Council; active in sorority and 
religious organizations. 



KIRBY LEE BRELAND 
Wiggins 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Home Economics Club and treasurer of Kappa 
Omicron Phi; active in dormitory and religious 
organizations. 



BRENDA LEE BURCH 
Hattiesburg 

Dean's List scholar; served as vice-president of 
Pi Tau Chi, vice-president of Wesley Founda- 
tion; active in sorority, dormitory, and Pi Kappa 
Pi, Phi Delta Rho, and Kappa Delta Pi. 



KEITH LOUIS BURKHART 
Prosser, Washington 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of Pi 
Gamma Mu, secretary of Order of Artus; active 
in professional organizations. 






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WHO'S WHO 



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KITTY BLANCHE CARTER 
Hat+iesburg 

Dean's List scholar; served as secretary of 
Student Christian Federation, president of 
Hickman Hall, secretary of Student Govern- 
ment Association, Associate Justice of the 
Student Court; active in dormitory, religious, 
sorority, and professional organizations. 



ROY GARLAND CLARK 
Laurel 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of the 
Order of Artus, vice-president of Economics 
Society, vice-president of Graduate Class; 
active in professional organizations. 



DAVID KEITH COBB 
Calhoun City 

Dean's List scholar and member of Phi Eta 
Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi scholastic honor socie- 
ties; served as Student Senator, treasurer of 
Delta Sigma Pi, treasurer of Collegiate Civitan, 
secretary of Phi Eta Sigma; active in student 
government and professional organizations. 



CAROLE JANE COLEMAN 
Mobile, Alabama 

Dean' List scholar; served as secretary of Delta 
Delta Delta Sorority, vice-president of Wesley 
Foundation, Associate Justice of Student 
Court; secretariat chairman SCOPE; active in 
religious, dormitory, sorority, and student gov- 
ernment organizations. 




VINCENT CALVIN CURRIE 

Pensacola, Florida 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Kappa Alpha Fraternity, social chairman of 
Canterbury Club; active in religious and fra- 
ternity organizations. 



152 



WHO'S WHO 



HORACE BYRD DICKERSON 
Brookhaven 

Dean's List scholar; served as Student Senator, 
vice-president of Collegiate Civitan Club, 
president of Yellow Jackets; active in student 
government and service organizations. 




BARBARA ERLE FAGAN 
Hattiesburg 

Above average scholar; served as lieutenant 
and captain of Dixie Darlings, president of 
Modern Dance Club; active in sorority, profes- 
sional organizations, and dramatics. 



DAVID EARL FOSTER 
Hickory, North Carolina 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Alpha Epsilon Alpha, treasurer and vice-presi- 
dent of Acacia Fraternity, treasurer of Inter- 
fraternity Council; active in fraternity and pro- 
fessional organizations. 



JAMES ERNEST GLASSCOCK 
Purvis 

Dean's List scholar and member of Pi Kappa Pi, 
Scholastic Honor Society; served as delegate 
to Student Conference on Paramount Events; 
active in professional and honorary organiza- 
tions. 



MARY EVELYN GRANBERRY 
Jackson 

Dean's List scholar; served as Student Senator; 
vice-president of Phi Delta Rho; vice-president 
of Wesley Foundation, vice-president of Phi 
Kappa Delta, active in dormitory, debate, stu- 
dent government, professional, and religious 
organizations. 






153 




WHO'S WHO 





LINDA GAIL GUNTER 
Tupelo 

Dean's List scholar; served as vice-president 
and president of Tau Beta Sigma; secretary of 
Band; active in student government, profes- 
sional organizations, and dramatics. 



STANFORD PAYNE GWIN 
Knoxville, Tennesssee 

Above average scholar; served as president of 
Tau Kappa Alpha; president of Pi Kappa 
Delta; active in fraternity, debate, and dra- 
matics. 



LUIS JESUS HADDAD 
Caracas, Venezuela 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Pan American Student Association; secretary 
of Economics Society; active in student gov- 
ernment, professional organizations, sports, 
and religious organizations. 



TALMAGE DWAIN HARPER 
Laurel 

Deans List scholar and member of Phi Eta 
Sigma and Pi Kappa Pi; Scholastic Honor So- 
cieties; served as vice-president of Phi Eta 
Sigma; secretary of Pi Kappa Pi; secretary of 
Kappa Delta Pi, secretary of Phi Mu Alpha 
Sinfonia; active in religious, professional, and 
student government organizations. 




ROBERT ANTHONY HERMETZ 
Foley, Alabama 

Dean's List scholar; chairman of assembly 
committee for Religious Emphasis Week; presi- 
dent of Student Government at Perkinston 
Junior College; active in student government, 
religious, and professional organizations. 



154 



WHO'S WHO 



GEORGE MICHAEL MAITRE 
Mobile, Alabama 

Dean's List scholar; secretary and president of 
Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity; active in re- 
ligious, professional, and sports organizations. 




ALICE LUCY MAW 
McCool 

Dean's List scholar and member of Alpha 
Lambda Delta Scholastic Honor Society; served 
as president of Kappa Omicron Phi; secretary 
of Alpha Lambda Delta; treasurer of Home 
Economics Club; active in professional, hon- 
orary, and religious organizations. 



JANICE JO CRAIN MOORE 
Laurel 

Dean's List scholar; Student Senator; served 
as president of Phi Mu Sorority; secretary of 
Kappa Omicron Phi; sectional president of 
Mississippi Home Economics Association; ac- 
tive in sorority, professional, and religious or- 
ganizations. 



CAROLYN FAYE McLEAN 
Meridian 

Dean's List scholar; served as secretary of Phi 
Chi Theta; secretary-treasurer of dormitory; 
secretary of Camera Club; active in student 
government, sorority, and professional organi- 
zations. 



ELIZABETH HARRIS NEELLY 
Jackson 

Dean's List scholar; vice-president and presi- 
dent of College Union Activities Committee; 
vice-president and president of Recreation 
Club; Chaplain of Delta Delta Delta Sorority; 
active in student government, sorority, and 
professional organizations. 





155 




WHO'S WHO 





WALTER LEWELLYN POSER 
Fairhope, Alabama 

Dean's List scholar; served as secretary and 
president of Kappa Kappa Psi; secretary- 
treasurer and vice-president of Martin Luther 
Fellowship; treasurer of Student Government 
Association; active in student government, 
religious, and professional organizations. 



ELIZABETH CLARE SEAMAN 
Pascagoula 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Commerce Club; president of Phi Chi Theta; 
president of Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority; ac- 
tive in religious, student government, and pro- 
fessional organizations. 



BONNIE DALE PURVIS 
Oil City, Louisiana 

Dean's List scholar; served as Chaplain and 
secretary of Kappa Delta Sorority; secretary 
of Student Government Association; Captain 
of Dixie Darlings; active in student govern- 
ment, religious, and professional organizations. 



CONNIE KATHERINE SHIVERS 
Hazlehurst 

Dean's List scholar and member of Alpha 
Lambda Delta Scholastic Honorary Society; 
president of Panhellenic Council; active in 
student government, sorority, and service or- 
ganizations. 



STEPHEN APOLLOS SAXON 
Hattiesburg 

Dean's List scholar; served as president and 
vice-president of Bresee Fellowship; active in 
sports, religious, and professional organiza- 
tions. 



JOHN RAYMOND SIMPSON 
Houston, Texas 

Dean's List scholar; served as Student Senator; 
president of Junior Class, president of Student 
Government Association; president of dormi- 
tory; active in student government, service, 
and professional organizations. 






156 




WHO'S WHO 




VIRGINIA BOYDE SOJOURNER 
Natchez 

Above average scholar; served as historian of 
Students National Education Association; treas- 
urer of dormitory; active in sorority and stu- 
dent government organizations; Miss Missis- 
sippi Southern. 



BERTHA JANE VINCENT 
Hattiesburg 

Dean's List scholar and member of Alpha 
Lambda Delta Scholastic Honorary Society; 
secretary of Alpha Lambda Delta; chaplain of 
Delta Delta Delta Sorority; active in religious, 
sorority, and professional organizations. 



WILLIAM ROBINSON STERRITT, JR. 
Manline, New York 

Dean's List scholar; served as president of 
Kappa Sigma Fraternity; associate editor of 
the 1962 SOUTHERNER; active in fraternity 
and professional organizations. 



JAMES DAVID WEBB, JR. 
Louisville 

Above average scholar; served as vice-presi- 
dent and president of dormitory; managing 
editor and executive editor of Student Printz; 
vice-president of Mississippi Collegiate Press 
Association; active in student government, 
service, and professional organizations. 



JUDITH HARDIN STILL 
Ha+tiesburg 

Dean's List scholar and member of Alpha 
Lambda Delta and Pi Kappa Pi Scholastic 
Honor Societies; seved as president of Pi Delta 
Phi, vice-president of Pi Kappa Pi; treasurer 
and vice-president of Pi Beta Phi Sorority; 
active in honorary, professional and religious 
organizations. 



JOHN RICHARD WILSON 
Dunedin, Florida 

Dean's List scholar; served as vice-president of 
Interfraternity Council; treasurer of Pi Kappa 
Alpha Fraternity; treasurer of Delta Sigma Pi; 
active in fraternity, and professional organiza- 
tions. 





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Master of Ceremonies 



Mississippi Southern College, well known for its beautiful 
women, has proudly presented on the preceding pages some 
of the most beautiful women in the state of Mississippi. Each 
year the social sororities, fraternities, and other groups on 
campus enter candidates in the beauty election which is an 
all-campus election. The twenty girls receiving the most votes 
are named the top twenty beauties of MSC. To elect the top 
ten beauties, the students cast their votes for ten of the 
top twenty girls. The ten girls who receive the highest num- 
ber of votes are featured as the top ten beauties on the 
campus of Mississippi Southern College. 



HOW THE BEAUTIES WERE SELECTED 



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Kemper County 



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MARY MARTHA MARTIN 
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The "Spirit" of Southern is found in the noise and 
color of a pep rally, the excitement of a football 
game, Greek Song Fest and Skit Night and other 
activities of the year. 

There would be no great spirit at Southern without 
pride in the cheerleaders, Marching Band, Dixie 
Darlings, and the teams participating in the various 
sports around the year. 

Sororities and fraternities also play a vital part in 
the well-rounded campus program and add much 
to the spirit of friendly competition found at MSC. 
Their diversfied programs — social functions, char- 
itable fund-raising campaigns and campus-wide ac- 
tivities — along with the athletic features, band, 
and Dixie Darlings, provide the school with a valu- 
able part of college life. 




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CHEERLEADERS 



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MSC Cheerleaders. First Row: Milton McKay, General Nat, Dick Ains- 
worth, Gordon Heidleburg. Second Row: Betty Smith, Ned Travis, Judi 
Berkman. Top: Ginny Risher, Head Cheerleader. 




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DIXIE DARLINGS 




Lovely Dixie Darlings pose before performance. 




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Dixie Darling officers are Dee Kelly, Sylvia Keeton, Bonnie Purvis, 
and Larlie Cadwell. 



Dixie Darlings huddle together awaiting the half-time show. 




Mississippi Southern Band pauses in a precision drill. 



THE PRIDE OF MISSISSIPPI 



MSC Drummer perform for interested fans. 




Pride is the only word capable of describing the feeling 
of our students when the MSC Marching Band, better known 
as the "Pride of Mississippi," performs at half-time. Under 
the capable leadership of Director William J. Moody and 
Associate Director Raymond Young, the 100-member or- 
ganization entertains thousands each year here at MSC and 
at the Blue-Grey Game and the Senior Bowl. Adding talent 
and beauty to the Marching Band are the Nationally Famous 
"Dixie Darlings." Under the direction of Miss Frances Jel- 
linek, this 40-member team of precision dancers not only 
holds the esteem of all the students and faculty at MSC, 
but also the praise of many admirers gained through tele- 
vision appearances. 



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MSC featurettes, Betty Akers, Claudia Simpson, Madge Clacker, and 
Sandra Mazur add beauty and talent to the Pride of Mississippi. 

LOOK PROUD, PLAY PROUD, BE PROUD 



MSC Trumpet players solo during half-time. 




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COACH "PIE" VANN 




MSC. 



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SEASON'S RESULTS 



.30; ARLINGTON STATE 7 



.22; USL 6 



.24; CHATTANOOGA 7 



7; MEMPHIS STATE 21 



MSC 20; ARKANSAS STATE 



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12; FLORIDA STATE 



.22; TRINITY 14 



REED GREEN, Athletic Director 



JIM CRAWFORD, Manager 





182 




MSC Coaching Staff. First Row: Reed Green, "Pie" Vann. Second Row: 
Tom Pratt, Maxie Lambright, Doc Harrington, C. J. Taylor. 



THE 1961 FOOTBALL SEASON 



Mississippi Southern finished its 1961 football season 
with an eight win, two loss record. The 1961 Southerners 
performed very well at each of their outings overpowering 
each of their foes in statistics as well as on the scoreboard 
in eight of their clashes. During the season Coach "Pie" 
Vann found his "22-man first team" very effective in many 
cases, as well as his "B-team," which is not to be underrated. 

This season starred many of the powerful Southerners, 
with many placing high on the list of statistics. At the head 
of this list was senior guarterback Don Fuell who paced the 
Southerners in almost every category. Fuell later went on to 
play a top role in two post-season all-star games, the Blue- 
Gray game in Montgomery and the Senior Bowl game in 
Mobile. 

Many times during the season Coach Vann found it profit- 
able to use his well-accredited "B-team" which was able to 
move the ball as well as the starting eleven in many cases. 

This year the Southerners performed well in all phases of 
play, but one can not help but mention the great defensive 



game played throughout the season. Defensive specialists 
such as centers Harold "Hurricane" Hayes and John Ratesic, 
guards Charley Parker and Nick Kolinsky, tackles Jim Payne, 
George "Big Daddy" Hultz and Marvin Brezeale, and ends 
Leon Akins and Charley Dedwyler proved to be the break- 
ing point in many drives which may have resulted in scores 
and possible defeat for the Southerners. 

Not only did the Mississippi Southern varsity sguad have 
a very favorable season, but Southern also saw one of its 
finest Freshman teams in action. This year's freshman sguad 
performed outstandingly in each of its outings. The fresh- 
men are providing a strong source of power for the varsity 
to mold itself around in the coming years, which should be 
something worth watching. 

This year's eight win and two loss record broke the two 
year span of six wins and four losses. Next year we will be 
looking for the powerful Southerners to repeat the 1958 
record and go undefeated. 



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First Row: Crawford, Manager; Olander, Wilson, B. Coleman, Berry, 
Sklopan, Akins, Harvard, Dedwylder, Roberts, J. Coleman, Rice, Hicks, 
Edwards, Manager. Second Row: Kolinsky, Hayes, Parker, Reed, Brooks, 
G. Hultz, Varnado, Ratesic, Qwen, Salmon, Calhoun, DeFranco, Thomas, 



THE 1961 



Name 



Pos. 



Ht. 



Wt. 



Class 



LEON AKINS 


E 


6-1 


195 


Sr. 


JIM BARBAREE 


E 


6-2 


200 


Jr. 


SAM BELLA 


T 


6-2 


213 


Jr. 


JIM BERRY 


QB 


6-2 


195 


Soph. 


HUGH BODDEN 


E 


6-2 


193 


Soph. 


TOMMY BODDEN 


HB 


5-10 


175 


Soph. 


MARVIN BREAZEALE 


T 


6-1 


215 


Jr. 


BERENGHER BRECHTEL 


T 


6-0 


221 


Soph. 


STEVE BROOKS 


T 


6-1 


225 


Soph. 


BEN CALHOUN 


G 


6-0 


195 


Jr. 


WENDELL CAMPBELL 


FB 


6-1 


196 


Sr. 


BILLY COLEMAN 


OB 


5-1 1 


180 


Sr. 


JOHNNY COLEMAN 


HB 


5-7 


160 


Jr. 


CHARLEY DEDWYLDER 


E 


6-2 


191 


Sr. 


TONY DeFRANCO 


G 


5-1 1 


206 


Soph. 


JOHN FORD 


T 


6-0 


218 


Soph. 


BILL FREEMAN 


T 


6-4 


220 


Soph. 


DON FUELL 


OB 


6-2 


190 


Sr. 


LARRY HANCOCK 


G 


5-1 1 


195 


Soph. 


JIM HAVARD 


HB 


5-8 


165 


Jr. 


HAROLD HAYES 


C 


6-2 


215 


Jr. 


ROGER HICKS 


1 


6-2 


190 


Jr. 


DONALD HULTZ 


f 


6-3 


190 


Jr. 



Hometown 

Atmore, Okla. 
Union Springs, Ala. 
Arabi, La. 
Panama City, Fla. 
Moss Point, Miss. 
Moss Point, Miss 
Purvis, Miss. 
New Orleans, La. 
Climax, Ga. 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Chickasaw, Ala. 
Wildwood, Fla. 
Ouitman, Miss. 
Patterson, N.J. 
San Antonio, Tex. 
Milton, Fla. 
Guntersville, Ala. 
Gulfport, Miss. 
Lucedale, Miss. 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 
Mulga, Ala. 
Grand Bay, Ala. 



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Long, White, Hall. Third Row: Harrington, Trainer; Sekul, Hancock, 
Bodden, Payne, Martin, Breazeale, Fuell, Lyons, Freeman, D. Hultz, 
Barbaree, Campbell, Pugh, McLeod, Meador, Mapes, Willoughby. 



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SOUTHERNERS 

Name 

GEORGE HULTZ 
NICK KOLINSKY 
TERRY LONG 
BILLY LYONS 
DICK MAPES 
DWAYNE MARTIN 
KEN MARTIN 
BEN McLEOD 
MORRIS MEADOR 
MIKE OLANDER 
JOE OWEN 
CHARLEY PARKER 
JIM PAYNE 
DAN PUGH 
WYLIE RICE 
BILL ROBERTS 
DAN SALMON 
GEORGE SEKUL 
JOHN SKLOPAN 
JIM THOMAS 
CURTIS VARNADO 
JACK WHITE 
BEN WILLOUGHBY 
JERREL WILSON 



>os. 


Ht. 


Wt. 


Class 


T 


6-4 


246 


Sr. 


G 


6-1 


200 


Soph. 


G 


5- II 


190 


Soph. 


E 


6-2 


190 


Jr. 


FB 


5-9 


185 


Soph. 


C 


6-1 


190 


Soph. 


HB 


5-1 1 


180 


Soph. 


HB 


6-0 


185 


Soph. 


QB 


6-0 


185 


Sr. 


HB 


5-1 1 


174 


Jr. 


G 


5-10 


200 


Soph. 


T 


6-0 


208 


Soph. 


T 


6-1 


215 


Sr. 


FB 


6-1 


205 


Sr. 


E 


6-1 


195 


Soph. 


E 


6-0 


205 


Jr. 


G 


5-11 


225 


Jr. 


FB 


5-11 


175 


Soph. 


HB 


5-11 


190 


Jr. 


G 


6-2 


205 


Sr. 


T 


5-10 


189 


Soph. 


QB 


6-0 


188 


Soph. 


HB 


6-0 


187 


Jr. 


C 


6-4 


215 


Jr. 



Hometown 

Grand Bay, Ala. 
McKees Rock, Pa. 
Carbon Hill, Ala. 
Mobile, Ala. 
Panama City, Fla. 
A'bany, Ga. 
New Orleans, La. 
Leakesville, Miss. 
Butler, Ala. 
McKees Port, Pa. 
Blakely, Ga. 
Chickasaw, Ala. 
Pensacola, Fla. 
Yazoo City, Miss. 
Hemphill, Tex. 
Purvis, Miss. 
Adamsville, Ala. 
Biloxi, Miss. 
Pittsburgh, Pa. 
E. McKeesport, Pa. 
Hammon, La. 
Blakely, Ga. 
Liberty, Miss. 
Brookhaven, Miss. 



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MORRIS MEADOR 



Thumbs down. 



DON FUELL 





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Almost got away. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
ARLINGTON STATE 



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30 

7 



Sparked by quarterback Don Fuell the Southerners opened 
their 1961 football season by downing the Arlington State 
Rebels 30-7. 

The fired up Southerners gained a two touchdown lead 
early in the game, and Arlington State never came close. 
Fuell, John Sklopan, Wendell Campbell, and Billy Coleman 



each scored for the versatile Southerners. 

Coach Vann kept his "22-man first team" in the game 
until three touchdowns were rammed across, then used re- 
serves for most of the second half. 

The ASC Rebels managed to get into the ball game only 
one time when they scored after taking a Southern punt. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
UNIV. SOUTHWESTERN LA 



After a week off the powerful Southerners posted victory 
No. 2 at Lafayette, Louisiana, by overpowering the Uni- 
versity of Southwestern Louisiana Bulldogs 22-6. 

The Vannmen scored with ease the first time they got the 
ball on a 77-yard jaunt after taking the kickoff. 



7 15 • 22 
6 0*6 

The fired up Bulldogs began to fight back tooth and nail, 
and held the Southerners scoreless for the remainder of the 
half. The Bulldogs chalked up one touchdown to MSC's two 
in the third quarter to end the scoring for the night. 



Pep rally at the practice field. 






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MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
CHATTANOOGA 



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7-7 



The Southerners remained unbeaten in three starts by 
overwhelming Chattanooga, 24-7, before a large Band Day 
crowd. 

Senior quarterback, Don Fuell, sparked the Vannmen by 
scoring all of their 24 points. The Southerners dominated the 



scoreboard by scoring once in the second quarter, once in 
the third on a field goal, and twice in the final period. 

The Moccasins' only tally came after Southerner's second, 
touchdown in the fourth quarter, on a 72-yard gallop by 
fullback Carey Henley. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
MEMPHIS STATE 



7 
14 7 



7 
21 



Mississippi Southern fell for the first time this season to 
the Memphis State Tigers in hard fought, rugged battle. 

Fumble and intercepted passes told the story many times 
when the Southerners were headed for pay dirt. Southern's 
only score came in the third period when quarterback Morris 



Meador took a Memphis pass and returned to the Tiger 38- 
yard line. Don Fuell later sneaked across from the one yard 
stripe. 

The Southerners held the Tigers to a three touchdown lead, 
their smallest of the year. 



Here come the bad guys! 






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DAN PUGH 



One are is all it takes. 



WENDELL CAMPBELL 



End over end. 




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Who hid the ball? 



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JOHN RATESIC 



Pulled down from behind. 




JIM THOMAS 







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Head to head. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
ARKANSAS STATE 



The Southerners gained their fourth triumph in five starts 
as they rolled over the Arkansas State Indians, 20-0. 

The Arkansas Indians controlled the ball most of the first 
half, but were never able to move past the Southern 30- 
yardline. The Southerners had to overcome many mistakes to 



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gain their lead, but also took advantage of the mistakes on 
the part of the Redmen. 

Quarterback Don Fuell, fullback Wendell Campbell, and 
end Roger Hicks took the scoring spotlight for the South- 
erners. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
ABILENE CHRISTIAN 



A fired up Southern sguad romped over the Abilene Chris- 
tian Wildcats, 33-6, before a packed homecoming crowd. 

Southern powered a score across in every quarter of the 
game, using reserves most of the night. Fullback Wendell 
Campbell, Quarterback Don Fuell, Quarterback Gilly Cole- 



7 14 6 6 
6 



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6 



man, and Fullback Dick Mapes accounted for all of South- 
ern's points. 

The Abilene Wildcats managed to score only once in the 
closing moments of the game, set up by a 29-yard dash by 
halfback Bill Bryant. 



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MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
LOUISIANA TECH 



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The Southerners came out on top in a wet 7-0 win over 
the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. The win plus the weather spoiled 
the Bulldogs' homecoming. 

A very tough Southern defense, and the foot of Jerrel 
Wilson were major factors in the Southern victory. South- 



ern's Ben Willoughby slammed over from the seven yard 
line climaxing an 88-yard drive in the opening moments of 
the first guarfer to score the game's lone touchdown. From 
this point on, Southern settled down to defend their lead. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
NORTH CAROLINA 



6 
7 



6 

7 



Mississippi Southern scored early, fell behind in the second 
guarter, and spent most of the remainder of the evening 
desperately fighting off North Carolina State penetrations 
in a 7-6 loss. 

The crowd of some 13,000 expected to see a battle be- 



tween the two great quarterbacks, Don Fuell of Southern, 
and Roman Gabriel of North Carolina State. However South- 
ern was held on the defensive most of the night, while they 
managed to hold Gabriel's passing to a minimum. 



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Familiar sight, Fuel! moves again. 



JIM PAYNE 



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Slclopan drives for yardage. 



LEON AKINS 






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Enthusiastic crowd! 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
FLORIDA STATE 



A determined, sky-high Mississippi Southern eleven upset 
major college Florida State 12-0, spoiling the Seminoles' 
homecoming. Southern's rugged defensive unit held the 
Florida State running attack all afternoon. 

Both Mississippi Southern touchdowns were set up on re- 



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covered Seminole fumbles of which the Southerners took 
advantage. Halfback Jim Havard and guarterback Don Fuell 
scored a touchdown apiece for Southern. 

The Southerners looked good both on offense and defense, 
but this was the best show of power on defense this season. 



MISSISSIPPI SOUTHERN 
TRINITY 



The Southerners, up against a determined Trinity eleven, 
found themselves behind after the third quarter, sparked by 
quarterback Billy Coleman the "Bees" pushed the ball across 
on a 5 I -yard drive putting Southern ahead where they re- 
mained the rest of the night. 



7 15 • 22 
7 7 • 14 

The first unit, not to be outdone, took the ball from their 
eleven and in 12 plays pushed over for the score. Meador 
kicked the point, making the score 22-14, giving the Vann- 
men their eighth win of the year. 



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Freshman Coaches. Left fo Right: Ray St. Pierre, Dave Mulligan, Johnny 
Brechtel, Joe Pate. 



THE FRESHMAN SQUAD 



BURT EDWARDS, Manager. 



First Row: Coach Joe Pate, J. D. Minnehan, Doug Burkett, Gene Mad- 
dox, Harold Hitt, Domenic Gentile, "Butch" Palazzo, Anthony Skinner, 
Larry Ecuyer, Bob Bryan, and Coach Ray St. Pierre. Second Row: Coach 
Dave Milligan, George Rodman, Paul DeAngelis, Victor Purvis, Bobby 
James, Gwirf Burkett, Bill Gormey, Ronald Hudson, Herman Nail. 
Third Row: Ted Crowley, James Boyette, James Jarapko, Frank Ford, 
Charles Waites, Jim King, Leroy Reed, Earl Brophy. 





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Homecoming Court. Bottom to Top: Lynn Taylor, Freshman Maid; 
Selena Parker, Sophomore Maid; Bonnie Dale, Junior Maid; Becky 
Buttles, Senior Maid; Gloria Saunders, Graduate Maid; Diana Stewart, 
Student Body Maid. 



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HOMECOMING 




Homecoming Queen and Court create a beautiful picture of royalty. 



Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity wins first place in house decorations. 




Scott Hall, boys' dormitory, decorated for Homecoming. 



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1961 

A victory over Abilene Christian, a radiant homecoming 
court, and a colorful parade highlighted 1961 Homecoming 
at Mississippi Southern. 

Loyal alumni came from miles to renew acguaintances 
with classmates of the past. For these loyal alumni and other 
friends of MSC, 1961 Homecoming was an opportunity to 
discover the progress being made by our Mississippi South- 
ern College. To students and alumni alike it gave the chance 
to show how proud we are to sing the familiar words of our 
Alma Mater — "We sing to thee our alma mater. As our 
hearts we give to thee, loyalty we pledge forever, loyalty to 
MSC." 




Chi Omega float wins first place for beauty. 



Homecoming King and Queen dance the leadout at festive dance. 



Throngs gathered to see the annual Homecoming Parade 





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Left to Right, Back Row: Coach Morris Osburn, Ed Maness, Al McCor- 
mack, Bruce Miller, Jim Walker, Larry Holman, Frank Ellis, Carl Harper, 
and Coach Fred Lewis. Front Row: Ron Dodson, Jerry Welch, Joe Grubar, 



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Laird, Howie Berube 



THE BASKETBALL SEASON 









RESULTS 










MSC 


55; 


Murray (Ky.) State 


77 


MSC 




97 


Southwestern Louisiana 


78 


MSC 


89; 


Florida Southern 


65 


MSC 




83 


Spring Hill 


78 


MSC 


49; 


Ogleihorpe 


45 


MSC 




84 


Louisiana Tech 


77 


MSC 


85; 


Georgia Southern 


78 


MSC 




92 


Jacksonville (Fla.) U. 


77 


MSC 


9 1 : 


Eastern New Mexico 


75 


MSC 




57 


Louisiana Tech 


70 


MSC 


70; 


Illinois Wesleyan 


73 


MSC 




79 


Centenary 


97 


MSC 


81; 


**Louisiana Tech 


72 


MSC 




107 


Tampa 


77 


MSC 


66; 


**Centenary 


73 


MSC 




73 


Southwestern Louisiana 


83 


MSC 


64; 


**Hamline 


85 


MSC 




103 


Spring Hill 


76 


MSC 


68; 


Tennessee Tech 


86 


MSC 




96 


♦Christian Brothers 


75 


MSC 


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East Tennessee State 


73 


MSC 




78 


Delta State 


90 


MSC 


60; 


Oglethorpe 


73 


MSC 




97 


Centenary 


75 


MSC 


85; 


Georgia Southern 


86 


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MSC 


67; 


The Citadell 


79 


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1961-62 



The l96l-'62 Mississippi Southern 
College basketball team finished the 
season with an even .500 record, 
winning thirteen, and losing 
thirteen. Head basketball coach 
Fred Lewis did a fine job during the 
season trying to rebuild his squad. 
Coach Lewis and his assistant coach 
Morris Osburn built the Southern 
cagers around two returning 
veterans, Roy Danforth, and Richie 
Goldburg. These two hardcourt aces 
(two of the '60-'6l "Magnificent 
Seven") paced the Southerners in all 
phases of statistics. While leading 
the team in scoring, Roy Danforth 
joined the ranks of the select few 
great Southerners of the past who 
scored over 1 ,000 points in their 
careers at Southern. 
The 1 96 1 -'62 basketball season saw 
the performances of four newcomers 
to the squad. The new men this 
year were: Howie Berube, a six-foot 
four-inch sophomore forward from 
Schenectady, New York; Ron Dodson, 



COACH MORRIS OSBURN 
Assistant Basketball Coach 





COACH FRED LEWIS 
Head Basketball Coach 



a six-foot three-inch junior forward 
from Ireland, Indiana; Frank Ellis, 
a six-foot four-inch freshman forward 
from Yazoo City, Mississippi; 
Jerry Welch, a six-foot freshman 
guard from Laurel, Mississippi; annd 
Bruce Miller, a six-foot two-inch 
forward from Media, Pennsylvania. 
Those returning from last year's 
squad and turning in outstanding 
performances are: Danforth, a 
six-foot senior guard from 
Summitville, Indiana; Goldberg, a 
six-foot one-inch senior guard 
from Brooklyn, New York; 




Joe Grubar, a six-foot four-inch sophomore guard from Schenactady, 

New York; Jackie Laird, a six-foot two-inch sophomore guard from Bassfield, 

Mississippi; Jim Walker, a six-foot nine-inch sophomore center from 

New Hebron, Mississippi; and Carl Harper, a six-foot four-inch sophomore 

forward from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. 

The only two graduating seniors on the hardcourt team this year are Roy 

Danforth and Richie Goldberg. This leaves coach Lewis a young and 

experienced team to work with for at least two more seasons. 

The thirteen wins this season came over such foes as: Florida Southern, 

Oglethorpe, Georgia Southern, Eastern New Mexico, Louisiana Tech., 

Southwestern Louisiana, Spring Hill, Jacksonville University, Tampa, 

Christian Brothers, and Centenary. The losses came at the hands of: Murray 

State, Oglethorpe, Georgia Southern, The Citadel, Louisiana, and Delta 

State. During the season the "Golden Giants" crossed the century mark by 

scoring wins of 107 to 77 over Spring Hill. 

The individual season highs of the past campaign were as follows: 

total points scored in one game — Richie Goldberg, in the Centenary game, 

with 34 points (14 field goals and 6 free shots); field goals scored in one 

game — Richie Goldberg, with 14 completions out of 20 tries in the game 

against Centenary; 



Basketball has its ups and downs. 



ROY DANFORTH 



RICHIE GOLDBERG 





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free throws scored in one game — Roy Danforth, scoring 10 out of I I tries 
in the game with Southwestern Louisiana; number of rebounds in one 
game — Roy Danforth with 16 out of 55 by the team in the game with Eastern 
New Mexico. Team high marks during the season were: total points scored 
in one game — I 07 against The University of Tampa; field goals scored in 
one game — 42 against The University of Tampa; free throws attempted in 
one game — 43 against Louisiana Tech.; free throws scored in one game — 
36 against Louisiana Tech. Three men reached the double-figure mark 
after the season's averages had been totaled. Those doing so were: 
Guard Roy Danforth with 14.8, guard Richie Goldberg with 13.3, and 
forward Bruce Miller with 12.4. Barely missing the double-figure mark was 
Howie Berube with 9.2. Total points scored went much the same as Danforth 
scored 384, Miller 322, Goldberg 306, Berube 240, Joe Grubar 221, and 
Laird 212, as the high men for the year. 

Displaying a comical attack and a scoring splurge late in the second 
quarter, the "Golden Giants" galloped to a decisive 107-77 victory over The 
University of Tampa. It was the most points tallied by the Southerners 
in five years and added to the impressive 8-1 record on home court. 
Probably the greatest excitement of the game resulted from the 101 point, 
sunk by 6-4 Frank Ellis, who came into the game late and left with a proud 
two points. 



Reach for the top, Southern. 





Sometimes a goal is hard to make. 

Five Southerners figured in the double figures with Howie Berube and Richie 
Goldberg pacing the way with 21 and 20 respectively. Also in the high 
scoring departmen+ were: freshman Bruce Miller, 19, and Jerry Welch, 12, 
and captain Roy Denforth, I I. 

Winning the game for Southern was the high percentage of field goals. 
Sinking 42 of 20 two-pointers, MSC also raked off 54 rebounds with Tampa 

collecting only 38. 

Spring Hill College got its upset when the Southeners dropped the Badgers 

with astonishing ease amidst fouls, fouls, and more fouls. The Southern 

Cagers swished the nets for over 100 points for the second straight home 

game as the final score read 103-76. 

With I I and a half minutes left in the game the "Golden Giants" were 

still a far cry from 100 as they still had 30 to go. Then in the next four 

minutes they hit for I I points and after that started shooting like over-eager 

high schoolers. As time grew short the crowd grew panicky and sat 

forward a little more on the bleacher seats. Just 30 seconds left on the 

scoreboard clock when the man of the hour, Jackie Laird, came 

through with one of his driving, twisting lay-ups that put the score over the 

hundred mark. 
Southern had five men in double figures, paced by Joe Grubar's 22. 



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He was followed by Berube, Goldberg, Danforth and big Jim Walker, with 

18, 17, and II respectively. 

Mississippi Southern College pulled off a stunning 97-75 upset over 

Centenary to put the lid on their l96l-'62 regular season basketball 

campaign before a packed house in the sports arena. Red-hot Richie Goldberg 

closed out his career in a blaze of glory, dumping in 34 points for 

his career high as he popped in I 4 of 20 shots from the field and hit 6 for 6 

at the free-throw line. 

Roy Danforth, the only other senior on the Southern squad, also was in the 

double figures with 12 points on 5-11 from the field and 8-2 from the 

line, and along with Bruce Miller led the teams in rebounds, grabbing off 10. 

After leading by only four points at half-time the Southeners pulled away 

during the final minutes, outscoring the 'Giants" 32-1 I during the final 

eight minutes. With I :32 remaining to be played, Coach Fred Lewis 

removed the two senior guards, Goldberg and Danforth, and they left the 

game, amid a standing, shouting ovation, for the last time. 



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M. S. C. 
BASEBALL 

Coach C. J. Taylor has high hopes for his 1962 Baseball 
squad. Very few players were lost from graduation last 
year, so this year's team is full of returning lettermen. These 
men, along with the good-looking set of newcomers, should 
set a fine season record. 



C. J. TAYLOR 



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The Returning Lettermen 



The Pitching Staff 



Front Row, Left to Right: Freddy George, Ronnie Gilvanello, Robert 
Exum, Ronnie Young, Jim Crawford, Ric Vinson, Doug Bramlett, Pat 
Downey, Jerry Welch, Ray Buffington, Teno Henderson, Bill Dickson. 
Back Row: Coach Taylor, Larry Guest, Paul Angerami, Terry Silva, Can- 



nonball Etheridge, John Brechtel, Jerry Brown, Jackie Laird, Howie 
Berube, Bruce Miller, A! McCormack, Carl Hollensworth, Jack Fleetwood, 
Pete Quan, Len Graham, Jimbo Green, "Bird" Runnels, and Butt Edwards, 
Manager. 




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DAVE MILLIGAN 



Left to Right, Front: Larry Hatten, Bill 
Thomas, Sonny Walker, Bob Anconetani. 
Back: Coach Larry "Doc" Harrington, Bob 
Mclnvale, Dave Milligan, Captain; Ed Petro, 
Kenny Hodges. 



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John Alvis, Joe Phelts, Mike Busby, Bill Applewhite, James Butler, Seth 
Granberry. 



GOLF 

Under the capable direction of Coach B. O. Van Hook, 
Mississippi Southern College Golf Team should 
see one of its best seasons in several years. The team 
will have to go a long way to outdo the season last year's 
team saw, losing only one match. However, from all 
reports they should top that mark. 



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Phi Taus pull for victory 



Swing and Sway with Christine May! 



Cheek to cheek potato style. 





The Chi Omega hostesses conclude with "I'll Be Home for Christmas" and "In the Shades of the Evening. 1 



The Christmas season on 
campus was started by the Chi 
Omega Sorority with their 
Twelfth Annual Song Fest. 

Each sorority and fraternity 
presented a Christmas song and 
a sorority or fraternity song. 




SONG 
FEST 



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Tri Delta takes first place with "Butterfly 8 



GREEK 

SKIT 

NIGHT 



Presentation of trophies 



Oriental Tri Deltas go modern. 




Pi Kappa Alpha wins with "C Q Spectacular. 1 




M. S. C. THEATER DEPARTMENT 



Pictured here are scenes from the Southern Players 

productions of 1961-62. The major Fall production was 

"JB," a modern version of the Biblical book of Job. 

An annual event for the MSC Theatre Department is a 

Children's play which tours towns in Mississippi and 

Louisiana. "Sleeping Beauty," the 1961 play, enthralled 

many children and netted an even higher attendance that 

the preceding year's play. 

For their Winter production, the Southern Players 

presented "Desire Under The Elms" by Eugene O'Neil. 

Scheduled for spring is an original play by Mary Eleanor 

Ellis about a Mississippi family during the Civil War. The 

title of this play is "The Cry of The Jay." 



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From "JB," Willy Jones (Zeus) and Don Hood (Nicltles) discuss their 
plans to present a play, the story of Job. 



Stan Gwin (Eben Cabot) and Judith Sussman (Abby) in a scene from 
"Desire Under the Elms." 



THESE PLAYS WERE 

PRESENTED 

"JB" 

"Sleeping Beauty" 

"Desire Under the Elms" 

"Cry of the Jay" 





Prince Charming, in "Sleeping Beauty," bends down to waken 
Sleeping Beauty. 



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Barbara Earle Fagan directs the male dancers in preparation for 
"Damn Yankees." 



Martha Seleer (Gloria) singing "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo." in 
"Damm Yankees." 






Loucinda Harrington (Meg Boyd) blows off steam to husband, Bill Merton 
(Joe Boyd), for watching baseball six months out of every year. 



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DAMN YANKEES 
ALL CAMPUS MUSICAL 

Of all the events of the school year, the All-Campus Musical is 
undoubtedly the top highlight. Under the direction of Gilbert F. 
Hartwig, last year's production of Damm Yankees" proved most 
successful. Students from just about every department on the 
campus worked together in a massive joint endeavor. 
"Damm Yankees" was the Fifth Annual All-Campus Musical 
presentation. Previous musicals were "Hey Daze," "Brigadoon," 
"Guys and Dolls," and last year's "Oklahoma." 




Joe Hardy, portrayed by Bruce Criswell, and Lola, portrayed by Sylvia Keeton. 



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SUMMER STOCK 



This past summer marked the third season of the 

Misissippi Southern Summer Theatre. As in the summer 

preceding, the program was very successful. 

In previous years guest stars from the community made 

appearances, and the last season was no exception. Eddie 

Hodges, famous star of Broadway, appearing in the play, 

"Mrs. McThing," was one of the many highlights. 

Seven plays — "Boyfriend," "Laura," "Look Homeward 

Angel," "Mrs. McThing," "Man in The Dog Suit," "Picnic," 

and "Seven Year Itch" — composed the successful program 

for the 1961 season. 




Sandi Howard stars in "Man in a Dog Suit." 



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Marsha Jones and Walter Ely in the "Seven Year Itch." 



Carolyn Smallwood, former Miss Mississippi, and Don Hood as 
Madge and Hal in a scene from "Picnic." 





Sara Lea Deaton and Walter Ely in "Look Homeward Angel. 



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The Southern Singers perform at Christmas. 



SOUTHERN SINGERS 



The Southern Singers, under the 
direction of Dr. David Foltz, is the 
major choral organization on the 
campus. This choir appears in 
concerts on campus, throughout the 
state, and in some instances 
adjoining states. During Fall quarter 
the Southern Singers journeyed to 
New Orleans, in order to make a 
recording for the Columbia 
Broadcasting System. On December 
19 this recording was broadcast 
coast to coast on the CBS network 
radio stations to celebrate the 
Christmas season. 
Each Spring there is a state tour 
made by the Southern Singers, which 
is another part of the public relation 
program of the choir for the 
college. 



Dr. David Foltz, director, and a group of the Southern Singers practice 





Churchyard scene from "Susannah. 



OPERA WORKSHOP 



The yearly production of the music division was "Oh 
Susannah" by Carlisle Floyd. This topnotch production 
had Mr. Leonard Stocker as its production director and 
Mr. Harris Crohn as its musical director. 

Appearing in the lead were Norman Treigle, bass baritone 
of the New York City Center Opera, and Diana Stewart 
as Susannah. 



The stars — Norman Treigle and Diana Stewart. 




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Senior Panhellenic. Left to Right: Connie Shivers, Phi Mu; President: 
Mrs. Ivah O. Wilber, Advisor; Betty Boyd, Tri Delta, Vice President; 
Nancy Ramsay, Pi Phi, House Chairman; Wanda 'LeGrone, Chi Omega, 
Secretary; Barbara Irving, Delta Zeta ; Nell Brantley, Kappa Delta, 
Treasurer; Selena Parker, Alpha Sigma Alpha; Sara Mercier, Tri Sigma, 
Publicity Chairman. 



PANHELLENIC COUNCIL 



Junior Panhellenic. Left to Right: Betty Boyd, Advisor; Peggy Williams, Chi 
Omega, President; Vicki Coles, Kappa Delta, Vice President; Mrs. Ivah O. 
Wilber, Advisor; Bobbi Gilley Alpha Sigma Alpha, Treasurer; Carole Car- 
michael, Phi Mu, House Chairman; Mary Beth Shoemaker, Tri Sigma, Secre- 
tary; Kay Newman, Tri Delta; Sandra Gail Baker, Pi Phi, Reporter; Pat Malone, 
Delta Zeta, Courtesy Chairman. 




The Panhellenic Council is an organization of sorority 
women trying to promote inter-sorority cooperation, 
co-ordinate common interests and activities, and work 
with the college administration. 

Panhellenic sponsors a workshop on alternate years. 
Each year a scholarship plaque is awarded to the so- 
rority with the highest grade average. 

Each year Rush Week is opened with the annual 
Panhellenic Tea. 



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ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA 



Colors: Crimson and White 

Flowers: Aster and Narcissus 

Founded: Longwood College, Farmville, Virginia, November 15, 1901 

Installed: Beta Delta at M.S.C. in May, 1938 



Alpha Sigma Alpha is known for its sisterhood in connection with service 
to others, friendship and the closeness of a family. Alpha Sigs experience a 
sharing in the dreams, work, and play of their sisters. The aims of Alpha Sigma 
Alpha are to broaden the physical, intellectual, social, and spiritual develop- 
ment of its members. The major philosophy of Alpha Sigma Alpha is a love 
of life and a joyous living of that life. 

Their most prominent philanthropic project concerns the mentally retarded 
children, and this has brought much happiness to the Alpha Sigs of Southern's 
campus. They donate money to help buy necessities for a local day school and 
also spend an afternoon at the school and take the children educational toys 
which have been made for them. 

The Alpha Sigs are also proud to say they have permanently obtained the 
Panhellenic scholarship plaque by having maintained the highest scholastic 
average among sororities for three consecutive years, and some of her mem- 
bers are in many outstanding honorary societies such as Pi Kappa Pi, Phi Delta 
Rho, Alpha Lambda Delta and many others. 

In the founding of Alpha Sigma Alpha, five young women took part. They 
all wished to become members of the same organization in order to be able to 
share their innermost secrets. And so, on November 15, 1901, Louise Cox, 
Virginia Boyd, Calva Watson, Mary Williamson and Juliette Hundley breathed 
life into a sisterhood which they were to share with thousands of others in 
years to come. 

The Alpha Sigma Alpha pin emphasizes spiritual, physical, intellectual, and 
social growth. These may produce women of poise, power, personality and 
purpose, who shall be noted for their character, caliber, culture, and charm. 

Alpha Sigma Alpha brings its members a rich heritage to be zealously 
guarded and worthily enlarged by every pledge and initiate. 



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Alpha Sigma Officers, left to right: Barbara Mills, Chaplain; Pat Canterbury, Secretary; 
Kitty Carter, Pledge Trainer; Selena Parker, Vice President; Linda Hawkins, Treasurer; Ish 
Seaman, President. 





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MEMBERS 



Susan Bayerle, Jane Bennett, Adele Breland 
Catherine Busby, Eleanor Bynum, Gloria Byrd. 



Lyle Cannon, Patricia Canterbury, Kitty Car- 
ter, Charlien Cotton, Linda Davis, Jane Dennis 



Judy Dickerson, Linda Elkins, Charlotte Gentry, 
Barbara Gi I ley, Linda Hannon, Judy Hawkins. 



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Linda Hawkins, Roberta Hickman, Carole Hill, 
Elizabeth Ann Hollingsworth, Ann Katherine 
Jefcoat, Betty Carol Jones. 



Thala Jones, Retta Justice, Margaret Jean 
Kalif, Gay Kihyet, Lynda Kinton, Bettye Jo 
Knight. 



Patsy Koonce, Martha Jane Magee, Mary Nell 
Maxey, Martha McBride. Ina Jo McElhaney, 
Mary McLaurin. 



Carolyn McLean, Barbara Mills, Patsy Murray, 
Margaret Elaine Myatt, Selena Parker, Judith 
Dianne Pugh. 



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Diane Purvis, Jackie Sartin, Marian Schoeniger, 
Elizabeth Seamen, Kathleen Toomey, Earlene 
Tucker. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Lynn Carr, Gloria Gilliland, Donna Leverett, 
Nanci Offutt, Jan Stacy, Jimmie Claire Walley, 
Pattye Sue Walley, Elaine Yates. 



Alpha Sigmas place in annual Song Fest. 



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MEMBERS 



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Mary Love Angelo, Carolyn Arbuthnot, Martha 
Blaize, Sue Breath, Ann Burnham, Carolyn Ann 
Caldwell. 



Cathy Denton, Christine Do\vdle, Janice Evers, 
Mary Vela Forbes, Jo Ann Gray, Jerry Hall. 



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Nancy Hamil, Nancy 
son, Betty Johnson, 
Le Grone. 



Drew Hunt, Sandra Jack- 
Carol Johnston, Wanda 



Mayze Mackrell, Peggy McCay, Claire Melton, 
Jane Meredith, Beverly Park, Dianne Parker. 



Becky Phillips, Mary Jo Provine, Mary Jane 
Reed, Margaret Saetre, Ruthie Schoeniger, 
Karen Shutt. 



Myralynn Smith, Diana Stewart, Judith Suttle 
Carolyn Kay Thompson, Alice Wentworth, Irene 
Wilkinson. 



Peggy Williams. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Carolyn Anderson, Ginny Austin, Caroline 
Birchette, Dottie Cook, Emily England, Nancy 
Ferret!, Nancy Fife, Evelyn Francis, Phyllis 
Hicks, Page Jones, Carolyn May, Anita Claire 
McRae, Linda Ritter, Madelyn Rouse, Carolyn 
Switzer, and Mary Virginia Wilson. 



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CHI OMEGA 



Flower: White Carnation 

Colors: Cardinal and Straw 

Founded: University of Arkansas, April 5, 1895 

Installed: Epsilon Delta at M.S.C., April 23, 1949 



Chi Omega was organized at the University of Arkansas on April 5, 1895 
by Dr. Charles Richardson, Ina Mae Boles, Jean Vincenheller, Jobelle Hol- 
combe, and Alice Simonds. The flower is a white carnation and the colors are 
cardinal and straw. Epsilon Delta chapter came to Mississippi Southern College 
on April 23, 1949. 

Chi Omega stresses the formation of lasting friendships. Its purposes are 
the attainment of superior scholarship, the development of womanly char- 
acter, and participation in social and civic services. Chi Omega was the first 
fraternity to organize social and civic services as a definite policy of the fra- 
ternity. 

On a national basis, Chi Omegas contributions are the Service Fund 
Studies, membership in the Personnel Research Federation, and the National 
Achievement Award, which is presented annually for the purpose of recog- 
nizing eminence of women in the fields of education, business, art, science, 
and public affairs. 

Participation in campus activities is one of the policies of Chi Omega. Some 
of Epsilon Delta's activities include having a Halloween party following formal 
rush season honoring all sorority pledges, sponsoring an inter-fraternity Song 
Festival preceding the Christmas holidays, and offering an annual award to 
l he woman who is superior in social studies. Individual Chi Omegas are found 
in Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Kappa Phi; Pi Tau Chi; and they hold such honors 
as Dormitory officers and Counselors; Senators; Class Officers; Beauties; ATO 
Sweetheart; R.O.T.C. Sponsor; Ten Best Dressed; Religious Emphasis Week 
Committee of 100; and others. 

Other events of the Chi Omega year include slumber parties and supper 
meetings in the room; a Mother-Daughter Banquet; a party at Christmas for 
underprivileged children; White Carnation Week and Eleusinian Banquet; a 
date Christmas party; and a spring formal. These occasions are just a few in 
which Chi Omegas gather to share their mutual ideals and to strengthen their 
sisterhood and love for Chi Omega. 



Chi Omega Officers, left to right: Martha Blaize, Vice President; Carolyn Caldwell, Presi- 
dent; Mary Jo Provine, Pledge Trainer; Carolyn Switzer, Secretary; Myralynn Smith, Treasurer. 




DELTA DELTA DELTA 



Flower: Pansy 

Colors: Silver, Gold, and Blue 

Founded: Boston University on Thanksgiving Eve, 1888 

Installed: Phi Epsilon at M.S.C., May, 1951 



Each year at Thanksgiving, Tri Deltas everywhere commemorate the occasion 
of 1888 at Boston University when Sara Ida Shaw, Eleanor Dorcas Pond, Isabel 
Morgan Breed, and Florence Isabelle Stewart took an oath of loyalty to Delta 
Delta Delta Fraternity. Since its founding Tri Delta has expanded into one of 
the largest of the 31 NPC groups with 105 chapters in the United States and 
Canada, with a membership of over 65,000 young women. 

Our purpose has been, from the beginning, to establish a perpetual bond of 
friendship between our members, to develop a stronger and more womanly 
character, to increase the intellectual life, and to assist our members and 
others in every possible way. The symbols that guide Tri Deltas throughout the 
nation are the pansy, pine tree, trident, three pearls and crescent. 

Tri Delta is proud to have been the first fraternity to establish an endowment 
fund, to compile a chapter history, to hold a national leadership school, and 
to establish a central office. 

Tri Delta begins her social year with the honoring of her new pledges with 
an all-campus Bermuda hop. Throughout the year, we have a Christmas dance 
for Tri Deltas and their dates, a Founders' Day Banquet, Pansy Breakfast for 
Tri Deltas and their mothers, Spring formal and "Pine Party" for underpriv- 
ileged children. The many informal get-togethers include coke parties, sing- 
songs, and "apple polishing parties" for our alumnae. 

Tri Delta is a fraternity devoted to the principles of friendship, love, and 
sisterhood. Membership in Delta Delta Delta carries with it the joy of high 
endeavor, the pleasure of close associations which result in life-long friend- 
ships. As we of Tri Delta believe strongly in the goodness of fraternities and 
because of what Tri Delta means to us, we say, "Tri Delta is for always." 




Tri Delta Officers, left to right: Robbie Cockerham, President; Carole Coleman, Recording 
Secretary; Ginny Risher, Vice President; Sherry Cravey, Marshall. 




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MEMBERS 



Gail Bennett, Martha Boone, Cookie Bower 
Betty Boyd, Juanita Brau, Barbara Bregan. 



Robbie Cockerham, Carole Coleman, Caroline 
Collins, Betty Cooper, Carolyn Courtney, Lee 
Craig. 



Sherry Cravey, Barbara Dix, Jordan Dykes, 
Charlene Ezell, Andrea Farrow, June Hines. 



Vicki Hughes, Noelle Jeffcoat, Judith Jordan 
Mary Katherine Kennedy, Linda Lee, Sally 
Mansfield. 



Pat McClain, Jane McKenzie, Barbara Mont- 
gomery, Rebecca Murphree, Elizabeth Neelly, 
Kay Newman. 



Nancy Phillips, Kay Pickens, Gay Nell Rea, 
Ginny Risher, Vivian A. Rushing, Linda Schmidt. 



Sharon Shirey, Judy Sims, Amy Smith, Dorothy 
June Smith, Virginia Sojourner, Barbara Stacy. 



Bonnie Taylor, Lynn Taylor, Marie Thames, Carol 
Thomas, Jean Trippe, Janie Vincent. 



Lyn Vincent, June Wood. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Nancy Ellzey, Ginny Ford, Lillian Gayden, Diane 
Maley, Charlene Phillips, Jean Rawls, Betty 
Smith, Frances Smith, Berry Strait, and Cath- 
erine Temple. 



Tri Deltas entertain at the Firebug Party. 




MEMBERS 



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Elizabeth Beeson, Claudia Benke, Lydia Brad- 
shaw, Bette Braswell, Linda Carolyn Brinkman, 
Lucy Brondum. 



Barbara Brown, Donna Carpenter, Janette 
Clark, Jenny DeBardelaben, Mary Elizabeth 
Doster, Laura Dowdle. 



Linda Gabrich, Linda Gilmore, Darlyne Green- 
ough, Adah Grenn, Mary Palmer Harrison, Bar- 
bara Ann Hoffman. 



Barbara Irving, Lynn Jack, Sherrill Johnson, 
Mary Anne Johnston, Toni Jones, Kathy Kersh. 



Dorothy Ann Leguay, Carol Lloyd, Gloria Low- 
man, Sandra McGill, Betty Powell, Ella Jc 
Russell. 



Elizabeth Ann St. Clair, Carolyn Skinner, Martha 
Stennett, Shirley Stennett, Sunny Sumrall, 
Charlene Sutton. 



Patricia Tindell, Ann Traylor, Becky Underwood, 
Charlotte Utsey, Susie Anne Watts. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Cedelia Box, Margaret Hancock, DiAnne Kirk- 
land, Sue Ledyard, Pat Malone, Julie Maskew, 
Dianne McClain, Cookie Prather, and Martha 
Switzler. 



Delta Zeta Homecoming float. 





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DELTA ZETA 



Flower: The Killarney Rose 

Colors: Old Rose and Vieus Green 

Founded: Miami University, October 24, 1902 

Installed: Epsilon Mu at M.S.C., September 23, 1956 



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The object of Delta Zeta is to unite its members in the bonds of sincere 
and lasting friendship, to stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, 
to promote the morals and social culture of its members, and to develop plans 
for guidance and unity in action: objects worthy of the highest aim and pur- 
pose of associated effort. 

The chain of Delta Zeta friendship is being widened each year through its 
National Philanthropic Program known as "Adventures in Friendship." DZ as- 
sists in the work being done by Gallaudet College, the only college in the 
world devoted to training young people who are deaf. Other philanthropies 
include purchasing hearing aids for underprivileged children and supporting 
a patient. 

Also on the National level, Delta Zeta sponsors the only hospital in the 
world for Hansens disease. DZ chapters all over the United States, in Alaska 
and Hawaii, adopt a patient at the hospital and sent letters and good will 
gifts throughout the year. 

On the local level, the Winter Carnival was held this year for the first 
time. The proceeds were given to Mrs. Wilbur for a Panhellenic Scholarship 
Fund, and to Dr. Nau for the Danforth Chapel chimes. Also for the first time, 
Delta Zetas made and decorated stuffed animals for Christmas presents to 
the children at Play Haven; they also gave a children's party in the sorority 
room at which four children were given a gift from each girl 

At the beginning of the year the new DZ pledges are honored with a ban- 
quet at the Holiday Inn where "Big Sisters" are announced. Delta Zetas also 
celebrate Founders' Day with a banquet, a Mother-Daughter Banquet, a Christ- 
mas Dance, and a Spring Formal. The last week of pledging is spent in "Rose 
Week" in Delta Zeta, which consists of parties, gaiety, and ceremony before 
the final initiation. 



Bette Braswell, Recording Secretary; Becky Underwood, President; Jenny DeBardelaben, 
Corresponding Secretary; Charlene Sutton, Treasurer; Charlotte Utsey, 2nd Vice President; 
Susie Wafts, 1st Vice President. 




KAPPA DELTA 



Colors: Olive Green and Pearl White 

Flower: White Rose 

Founding: October 23, 1897, Longwood College, Farmville, Va. 

Installed: Beta Sigma at M.S.C., May 14, 1949 



Kappa Delta's history is a story of friendship, of high ideals, and of loyal 
service. It was founded by four young college girls, Mary Sommerville Sparks, 
Julia Tyler Wilson, Sara Turner White, and Leanora Ashmere Blackiston, who 
sought to create a beautiful symbol for their aspirations and to perpetuate 
their friendship far into the future. Their four primary objectives were sister- 
hood, scholarship, social interest, and service, and these have been expanded 
and strengthened by many thousands of loyal college women who have formed 
their closest ties within its bonds and found self-expression in building its 
organization. In the close relationships between Kappa Delta members and 
pledges today, they strive to meet sisterhood and scholarship ideals. 

Since 1921, Kappa Deltas throughout the country have taken part in aiding 
crippled children. We point with pride to work with crippled children as its 
National Philanthropy. On the local level, Beta Sigma Chapter of Kappa Delta 
has many social service projects such as providing milk for under-privileged 
school children, distributing baskets of food to the less-fortunate, giving a 
Christmas party for the needy children, and helping during times of local 
emergency. 

On Honors Day, a women's intramural trophy is presented by Kappa Delta. 
Annually, the KD Pledge class sponsors a "Parade of Talent," which gives 
talented M.S.C. students an opportunity to perform competitively before an 
audience. 

Social activities are an important part of Kappa Delta. During the year, 
those events which are most memorable are the Pledge Banguet Christmas 
Dance, Office's Banquet, Spring Formal, and White Rose Week Parties. 

A Kappa Delta Lady is a composite of widely varying interests and talents. 
In her attempt to "strive for that which is Honorable, Beautiful, and Highest," 
a Kappa Delta is found in Phi Delta Rho, Dixie Darlings, Who's Who, Alpha 
Lambda Delta, religious organizations, Homecoming Court, Vesper Choir, 
and the Beauty Ball. 



Kappa Delta Officers, left to right: Belle Jo Wall, Editor; Bonnie Dale, Vice President; 
Mignhon Welch, President; Gaye Schrock, Asst. Treasurer; Bonnie Purvis, Secretary; Char- 
lotte Elam, Membership Chairman; Gail Hill, Treasurer. 





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MEMBERS 



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Anne Robin Autrey, Rebecca BarloV/, Diana Jo 
Bilbo, Linda Blankenship, Susan Bolen, Nell 
Brantley. 



Ann Bryan, Dolores Burns, Bettye Burruss, Elea- 
nor Campbell, Dianne Carpenter, Elene Cobb. 



Nona Sue Coleman, Vic ki Coles, Donna Cotita, 
Dale Cousart, Bonnie Dale, Elnor Davis. 



Judy Davis, Caroline Dean, Charlotte Elam, 
Donna Jo Everett, Mary Jo Fairchild, Mary 
Lee Foster. 



Alice Halbert, Gail Hill, Charla Howard, Bar- 
bara Jo Hughes, Barbara Hughes, Sylvia Kee- 
ton. 



Diane Kelly, Susan Kerr, Rebecca Leitch, Caro- 
lyn Maitre, Mary Martin, Muriel McCarty. 



Gail McCormick, Diane Pearce, Jeanette Per- 
kins, Hope S. Pratt, Sponsor, Bonnie Purvis, 
Jaynee Reeves. 



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Marguerite Richmond, Gaye Schrock, Marcia 
Schrock, Marylen Smith, Marion Stewart, Linda 
Emma Vignes. 



Diane Walker, Belle Jo Wall, Mignhon Welch, 
Barbara Whites, Nona Whittington. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Carol Allen, Millie Ball, Shirley Carlson, Pamela 
Chason, Barbara Earl Fagan, Gail Gunter, and 
Emily Smith, and Judi Berkman. 



Kappa Deltas entertain rushees with a fashion 
show. 




MEMBERS 



Patsy Brewer, Carolyn Boutwell, Lorelei Cadwell, 
Sarah Ellen Campbell, Sharon Canfield, Carole 

Carmichael. 



Jill Elaine Casey, Carolyn Cox, Martha Crosth- 
wait, George Ann Davis, Libby Davis, Dot Dill. 



Sissye Dill, Mandy Donohue, Vallie Beth Gar- 
rett, Jerry Ann Hall, Cissie Harris, Peggy Hyd- 
rick. 



Winnie Len Ingram, Beverly King, Nancy Faye 
Lane, Nan Latimer, Patti Lynd, Ann MacDonald. 



Betty Lou McHaffie, Sandra McNeill, Janice 
Moore, Bonnie Murray, Mary Elizabeth Ridle- 
hoover, Janice Rogers. 



Connie Shivers, Grace Smith, Judy Anna Speed, 
Susan Staley, Janet Swicegood, Barbara Wik- 
strand. 



Susan Wilson. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Jackie Allen, Sara Anderson, Joyce Drigallo, 
Mary Gilliland, Memrie Johnson, and Carol 
Kessel. 



Phi Mu's win for originality. 





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PHI MU 



Flower: Rose Carnation 

Colors: Rose and White 

Founded: Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, March 4, 1852 

Installed: Alpha Omicron at M.S.C. in 1950 




Phi Mu is listed among the largest of the National fraternities with chapters 
in universities and colleges in most of the fifty states. 

Three young girls in Wesleyan College, Macon, Georgia, founded Phi Mu 
over a hundred years ago, as the Philomathean Society. These three girls 
planned and developed the organization. On March 4, 1852, the establish- 
ment of the Philomathean Society was announced. This date Phi Mu has cele- 
brated as Founders' Day. 

In 1900, the Philomathean Society took the first step toward becoming a 
Greek letter fraternity when the letters Phi Mu were adopted to symbolize 
the Philomathean secret motto. 

In 1904, the fraternity was incorporated under the laws of the State of 
Georgia, granting it the right to place chapters in other colleges throughout 
the United States. 

The Alpha Omicron Chapter of Phi Mu holds a Philomathean Hour in 
honor of our founders. This hour is devoted to a cultural program. Many 
speakers in varied fields have been present. 

Each month we have a social service project. One phrase of our creed, "to 
lend to those less fortunate a helping hand," is the motivating force of Phi 
Mu's social service program. Phi Mu stretches out her hand in many directions. 

Each fall we have a Pledge Banquet and a Christmas Dance. During the re- 
mainder of the year, we have a Valentine Banquet, a Mother-Daughter Ban- 
quet, and a Spring Formal. 

Besides our own traditions, Phi Mu's are active in all campus activities. We 
strive to help make our campus the Biggest and the Best. 

Phi Mu has a glorious past, a brilliant present, and looks forward to the 
future with utmost confidence — a future that is based on its heritage and 
ideals, its strength in organization, numbers and resources, developed through 
over a century of continuous advancement. 



Phi Mu Officers, left to right: Mandy Donohue, Secretary; Laney Casey, Vice President; 
Betty Lou McHaffie, Pledge Trainer; Ann Macdonald, President. 



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PI BETA PHI 



Flower: Wine Carnation 

Colors: Wine Red and Silver Blue 

Founded: April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois 

Installed: Mississippi Alpha at M.S.C., April 8, 1961 

Mississippi Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was installed April 8, 1961. The 
girls of Mississippi Alpha chapter take great pride in being the 105th chapter 
of Pi Beta Phi. 

The golden arrowhead, the pledge pin, is a lovely symbol of the girls' first 
pledge to Pi Beta Phi. She always wears the arrowhead pointing skyward to- 
ward greater and higher things. Just as her pledge sister wears her arrowhead 
pointing upward, the active member wears her slender arrow pointing upward. 
The active pin is an inch long Arrow set with different stones. 

One of the most interesting things about Pi Beta Phi is its philanthropic 
project — "The Settlement School." Nearly fifty years ago, Pi Phi felt that it 
had grown so much within itself that it was time for it to expand and spread 
its good qualities over a greater area. The Grand Council asked the Com- 
missioner on Education of the United States in what area the fraternity could 
do the most good. The Commissioner instructed the fraternity to provide 
some sort of schooling for the children of the West Tennessee Hills. The fra- 
ternity promptly established its Settlement School in Gatlinburg. The children 
that are reached by this Settlement School are children who would have not 
ordinarily had the opportunity to go to school. 

Through the Settlement School the adults and children are also taught 
handicrafts, and the goods they produce are sold through the Arrow-craft 
Shop in Gatlinburg and through Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Clubs all over the 
United States. 

In addition to its philanthropic work, Pi Beta Phi has many fellowships and 
scholarships. 

The fraternity seeks to enable its members to become noble women through 
religious, social, and intellectual development and to develop strong bonds 
of friendship through Wine and Silver Blue. 



Pi Phi Officers, left to right: Joyce Sanders, Pledge Trainer; Sandy McLeod, Rush Captain; 
Fredrica Geiger, President; Cathy Crandall, Treasurer; Nancy Ramsey, Recording Secretary; 
Judy Still, Vice President. 





MEMBERS 



Barbara Askew, Sandra Gail Baker, Judy Clark, 
Cathy Crandall. 



Carol Fleck, Donna Gamble, Fredrica Geiger, 
Renae Gray. 



Evelyn Hill, Emily Jones, Bobbie McKinnon, 
Sandra McLeod. 



Edith Ann Miller, Helen Murphey, Carleen Ne- 
caise, Madeline Nelson. 



Susan Nickol, Rosemary Oliphint, Susan Parker, 
Melissa Pearson. 



Kitty Punessen, Nancy Ramsay, Joyce Sanders, 
Judy Still. 



Sandra Stiritz, Lynda Zirklebach. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Barbara Bilbo, Mary Harris, Carolyn Mikkle- 
ton, Susan Seeber, Sara Stringer, and Joanne 
Watts. 



P! Phi pledges enjoy a poolside party. 



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Brenda Alford, Dianne Alford, Delores Ann 
Allen, Marie Bergeron, Patsy Tom Berry, Mary 
Alice Boiling. 



Andrea Bond, Mary Bradford, Brenda Burch, 
Rebecca Buttles, Susan Clements, Barbara Jean 
Cleveland. 



Carol Lea Ekes, Belinda Fielder, Olivia Folds, 
Mary Ellen Harrod, Alva M. Hoffman, Peggy 
Hunter. 



Jo Ann Jens, Janice L. Jones, Charlyn Maguire, 
Charlotte McClary, Donna McLaurin, Sara 
Mercier. 



Sandra Myrick, Frances Lynn Nelson, Betty Lou 
Olson, Pat Penn, Jean Pickett, Barbara Rawls. 



Carol Ros, Sandra Saxon, Mary Beth Shoemake, 
Nell Showers, Ann Smith, Martha Tucker. 



Barbara Utsey, Linda Wardlaw, Joy West, Rob- 
in Lee Woodward. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Margaret Adams, Kathy Barr, Sarah Brown, 
Ellen Earl, Lynda Fairley, Sharon Harrison, 
Doyleen Lyon, Jane Millette, Teddi Movan, 
Cathy Primrose, and Patricia Smith. 



Tri Sigmas Homecoming float. 











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SIGMA SIGMA SIGMA 

Flower: Purple Violet 

Colors: Royal purple and white 

Founded: Songwood College, Farmville, Virginia, on April 20, 1898 

Installed: Alpha Sigma at M.S.C., in 1937. 




Sigma Sigma Sigma was founded on April 20, 1898, at Longwood College, 
Farmville, Virginia. The jewel of the sorority is the pearl. Alpha Sigma chapter, 
installed in 1937, was the first national sorority to be established at Mississippi 
Southern College. The sorority was founded with a desire to help its members 
develop high ideals of character and confidence, to establish lasting friend- 
ships, and to produce well-rounded, self-reliant women in group living. 

Tri Sigma's main philanthropic theme is "Sigma serves children." Throuqh 
this theme, Tri Sigma has established the Robbie Page Memorial Fund. Alpha 
Sigma chapter, along with other Sigmas throughout the United States, helps 
support the Robbie Page Memorial Hospital at Chapel Hill, North Carolina. 
Tri Sigma at Southern ranked fourth this past year in the nation in contribu- 
tions to the hospital. Tri Sigma has also furnished the John Randolph Chil- 
dren's Library in Virginia. Locally the sorority gives a basket at Thanksgiving, 
and entertains the retarded children at Play Haven School at a "Getting 
ready for Christmas" party. The chapter also participates in the March of 
Dimes and Heart fund drives in Hattiesburg. 

Socially, Tri Sigmas enjoy an annual spring formal, founders' day banquet, 
Christmas dance, Christmas member-pledge party, Sigma week, and spend- 
the-night parties. 

Tri Sigma also sponsors the "Outstanding pledge award" each year on 
awards day. Each year a pledge from each sorority is nominated for her out- 
standing abilities both in the sorority and in campus activities. The winner 
chosen by a selected committee receives a loving cup. 

Tri Sigmas at Southern boast an eventful year: in October, they were 
hostess to Gulf Regional meet when Tri Sigmas from Louisiana, Mississippi, 
and Florida visited the campus; in April, the sorority will celebrate its twenty- 
fifth year at Mississippi Southern, and in June, it will be the hostess chapter 
to Sigma Sigma Sigma's National Convention. 



Tri Sigma Officers, left to right: Becky Buttles, Keeper of Grades; Jo Ann Jens, Vice Presi- 
dent; Brenda Alford, Recording Secretary; Andie Bond, President; Sara Mercier, Corre- 
sponding Secretary; Brenda Burch, Treasurer. 





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Left to Right: Dale Botkis, Kappa Sigma; Robert Hishon, Kappa Alpha; 
Mike Maitre, Alpha Tau Omega; Henry Aparicio, Alpha Tau Omega; 
Richard Wilson, Pi Kappa Alpha; Dave Foster, Acacia; Mike Kava- 
naugh, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Angelo Falasca, Kappa Sigma, Second Row: 
Marlow Robinson, Acacia; Gene Carlisle, Alpha Tau Omega; Linus 



Martin, Pi Kappa Alpha; Charlie Blocker, Phi Kappa Tau; Thomas Deas, 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Johnny Pearson, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Joe Johnson, 
Phi Kappa Tau; Bill Sterritt, Kappa Sigma; Dan Pearce, Acacia; Clay 
Swanzy, Phi Kappa Tau; Bill Nelson, Pi Kappa Alpha; Wayne Barron, 
Alpha Tau Omega; T. R. Brady, Kappa Alpha. 



INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL 



IFC Officers. Left to Right: Dick Wilson, Vice President; Henry Aparicio, 
President; Mike Maitre, Secretary. Second Row: Dave Foster, Treasurer; 
Michael Kavanaugh, Parliamentarian. 




The Interfraternity Council is an organization com- 
posed of the seven fraternities on Southern's campus 
All fraternities are bound by the rules and decisions 
of the organization. 

The purpose of the council is to act as a governing 
body of fraternities, promote better harmony and co- 
operation between fraternities, and advance the in- 
terest of Mississippi Southern at all times. 

One of the primary duties of the IFC is the estab- 
lishing of rules relating to rushing, pledging, and ini- 
tiation of fraternity men. In doing this, the IFC tries 
to insure fairness to the rushee as well as to each indi- 
vidual fraternity. 



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MEMBERS 



Ronald Ashley, Richard Balius, Warren Brad- 
berry, Alfred Coke, James Craig, Henry Davis. 



James Davis, Floyd Flowers, David Foster, Wil 
liam Goolsby, Gerald Guinn, George Gunter. 



John P. Harrington, Gaines Haskew, James Hol- 
land, Curtis Landers, Fred Lewter, Robert Lilly. 



William Manning, William Mansfield, William 
Miller, Leonard Napier, Robert Neely, John 
Norris. 



Daniel Pearce, Wallace Pezent, Ralph Pinckley, 
Cecil Prentiss, Roscoe Priebe, Nick Risk. 



Crawford Robinson, Howard Robinson, Marion 
Ruff, Steven Sanders, James Schv/artz, Edwin 
Shubert. 



Frank Sibley, Gerald Smith, Rodney Smith, 
Donald Solomon, Lamar Starkey, Alfred Still- 



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William Wiggins, James Yancy. 



NOT PICTURED: 

James Collins, Thomas Haynes, Marvin Mon- 
ette, James Odom. 



Invitation Banquet. Left to Right: MSC's Ven- 
erable Dean Dick Balius receiving the gavel 
from LSU's Venerable Dean Jerry Swint. 



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ACACIA 



Flower: Bloom of Acacia Evergreen 

Colors: Old Gold and Black 

Founded: May 12, 1904, University of Michigan 



Acacia Fraternity was founded in 1904 at the University of Michigan by 
a group of Master Masons. Acacia is designed for Master Masons, sons and 
brothers of Masons, and those persons willing to uphold and carry on the 
traditions and principles of Acacia. Having been founded by Masons, the de- 
sire was great for a name that would have Masonic significance, rather than 
a mere combination of Greek letters. The name of our Fraternity, ACACIA, 
is English for the Greek word AKAKIA, which is rich in Masonic significance 
and which means literally, "everlasting life." 

Since the days of William Howard Taft and William Jennings Bryan, both 
Acacians, there have been Acacians at the front in leadership and responsible 
positions throughout the United States. 

Acacia Fraternity began at Mississippi Southern College in January, I960, 
as the Acacia Club. This status was held until April I, I960, when members 
were pledged in the Hattiesburg Masonic Temple by the members of the 
Louisiana State University Chapter of Acacia. After this the group became 
known as the Acacia Colony. This status was held until being installed as an 
active chapter of the Acacia Fraternity on March 5, 1961. Since being on 
campus, Acacia has won first place in fraternity house decorations for Home- 
coming I960; the pledge class scholarship trophy presented by Phi Eta Sigma, 
and because of the constructive activities which the pledges performed during 
their initiation week was presented the "Help Week Trophy" on Awards Day 
1961. This was the first year that the trophy was presented. 

Acacia is built on participation in campus life, high moral principles, and 
scholarships, coupled with a well rounded social program. The social activities 
include pledge swaps, Christmas party, homecoming festivities, "Nite on the 
Nile" costume ball, Sweetheart Ball or the Black and Gold Formal, Song Fest, 
Greek Week Activities and participation in college activities. 



Acacia Offices. Left to Right: John P. Harrinqton, Senior Dean; Donald C. Solomon, Rush 
Chairman; Ralph A. Pinckley, Junior Dean; Crawford M. Robinson, Venerable Dean; David 
E. Foster, Treasurer. 




ALPHA TAU OMEGA 



Flower: White Tea Rose 

Colors: Sky Blue and Gold 

Founded: V.M.I., September I I, 1865 



Alpha Tau Omega was founded in 1865, at Virginia Military Institute, in 
Richmond, Va. It was the first national fraternity founded following the Civil 
War and its aims is to bring closer harmony between the people of the United 
States. The motto is evidence of the fraternity's purpose. "No North, No 
South, No East, No West, but one great nation heaven blest." 

Epsilon Upsilon Chapter was chartered on November 9, 1949, at Mississippi 
Southern. To date there are 120 active chapters in 50 states and British Co- 
lumbia. 

Every fraternity has its housemother but the ATO's are especially proud 
of ours, Mrs. Dora McCarver. "Do Do" as she is known, came to the ATO'r, 
in 1955. Since then, she has been a mother to many ATO's. 

Our athletic teams have compiled an excellent record over the past years. 
For the past two years ATO has won first place in basketball. Other first 
places this year are volleyball and swimming. This year the homecoming float 
trophy was added to two March of Dimes trophies for the past two years, also 
ATO placed second in bowling and the annual Song Feast. 

ATO's are active in all phases of campus activity. They have representatives 
in SGA, SCF, the Student Printz, Delta Sigma Pi, and Varsity Athletics. Other 
representatives are in Omicron Delta Kappa leadership fraternity and the 
president and secretary of the Interfraternity Council. Many events highlight 
the ATO Social Calendar. Some are the Halloween Party, Orchid Ball, House 
Party, Christmas Party, Sack Party, Patio Party, Pledge Party, and the Senior 
Banquet. 

Among our famous alumni are playwright, Tennessee Williams; Senator 
James Eastland; "Pie" Vann, head football coach; and Dr. William D. McCain, 
President of Mississippi Southern College. 




Alpha Tau Omega Officers. Left to Right, Front Row: Ed Petro, Vice President; Mike 
Maitre, President; Wesley Wright, Treasurer; Charles Assaf, Corresponding Secretary. 
Second Row: Scott Nash, Sentinel; Henry Aparicio, Reporter; Don Boccia, Usher; Terry 
Bethea, House Manager; Harold Marsh, Scribe. 




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Bill Anderson, Henry Aparicio, Bob Arentsen, 
Charles Assaf, Butch Aull, Richard Bahr, Ad- 
visor, Wayne Barron. 



Jim Batchelor, Sam Bella, Terry Bethea, Don 
Boccia, Bob Bryan, Mike Busby, Berkeley Bush. 



Gene Carlisle, Alex Clayton, Tony DeFranco, 
George DiPasquale, Wilson Ellis, Bill Endress, 
Terry Everette. 



Tom Everette, Henry Fonta n il Is, Mike Galligan, 
Bob Harger, Bill Harrison, Charley Hauser, 
Charles Heidelberg. 



Finley Hewes, Bobo Honeycutt, Ron Hudson, 
Fant Hulsey, Pody Jones, Tom Jones, Dave 
Kanady. 



Bill Koehle, James LAscasso, Robert Linden- 
born, Bob Lippleman, Bill Maddox, Mike Maitre, 
Wayne Manley. 



Harold Marsh, Richie Matule, Pete Maurer, 
Howard McCain, Artie McGraw, Morris Mea- 
dor, Russ Miller. 



Rick Mioton, Jim Morgan, Paul Morgan, Lester 
Neely, George Owen, Allan Petro, Andy Petro. 



Bobby Petro, Ed Petro, Phil Phillips, Bill Porter, 
Ken Powers, John Roblin, Bruce Rossmeyer. 

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Sonny Rushing, Bobby Sands, Dave Scholz, 
Sonny Scott, Terry Silva, John Sklopan, Harry 
Simpson. 

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Alec Smith, Dennis Spencer, Tom Thomas, Al 
Trautweiler, Ed Uptain, Bill Van Arsdall, Larry 
Watts. 



Carl Welch, Larry Woodward, Wesley Wright, 
Ron Zelesnick. 

NOT PICTURED: 

Harold Hays, Terry McElwain, Scott Nash, and 
Charley Schuck. 




MEMBERS 



James Aycock, John Baldwin, Howard Barrett, 
Frank Bell, William Bisso, Markus Black. 



T. R. Brady, Darryl Breckenridge, William Car- 
penter, Louis Clark, Anthony Cocco, Fletcher 
Coker. 



William Colson, Winfred Crews, James Curry, 
James Davis, William Dickson, Tucker Dickson. 



Lad Dinkins, Louis Elias, Randy Fagan, James 
Ferrell, Donald Fuell, James Green. 



Joe Griffin, Emory Hammett, Teno Henderson, 
Bob Hishon, Peter Hubbell, Roland Huthmaker. 



Talmadge Irby, Steven Jolly, John Jones, Larry 
Laurendine, Maurice Levite, Henry Lipsey. 



Robert Mabry, Claude Malone, John Mason, 
Joe McWhorter, Larry Mensi, Mickey Mensi. 



Jerry Nobles, John O'Shields, Tommy O'Shields 
Ronald Patterson, James Payne, Gary Randall. 



Charles Ratcliff, Richard Rogers, Scotty Ros- 
etti, Rodney Rountree, Robert Russ, Pat Russum. 



Gary Sinopoli, Robert H. Slay, Richard Spen- 
cer, Mickey Suarez, Wayne Trayler, Gary Wil- 
liams. 



II 

Monroe Wright, Rufus Yerger. 

NOT PICTURED: 

C. L. Ates, Byron Broussard, Vincent Curry, 
Linn Hart, Edgar Hughes, Joe Hunt, Harold 
Irby, William Lyons, Dwayne Martin, Ziek Pow- 
ell, Robert Sheffield, Robert W. Slay, Richard 
Taylor, Henry Tillman, and Glen Woods (Cap- 
tain) . 



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KAPPA ALPHA 



Flower: Magnolia and Red Rose 

Colors: Crimson and Gold 

Founded: Washington and Lee University in 1865. 




Kappa Alpha Order came to MSC's campus on November 7, 1949, and 
since that time has taken pride in growing with Southern to the top. 

Each year at Gamma Zeta seems to be filled with achievements and this 
year was no exception. The KAs this year won outstanding honors and held 
many responsible positions in campus activities. 

Sonny Currie, No. I , was selected to Who's Who in American Colleges 
and Universities. Don Fuell, best known for his performance as quarterback 
of Southern's football team, is a member of Omicron Delta Kappa and served 
as "M" Club President and Senior Class President. Bob Hishon, No. VI, served 
as President of Phi Eta Sigma and Vice-President of Alpha Epsilon Alpha. 
Talmadge Irby, No. VII, was President of Scabbard and Blade. Tommy 
O'Shields, No. Ill, was President of Pi Sigma Epsilon, and Gary Williams, No. 
V, was Collegiate Civitan President. 

Other organizations in which KAs are active include both Southern's foot- 
ball and baseball teams, Kappa Pi, Rho Epsilon, Pi Kappa Pi, Alpha Psi Omega, 
and the Southern Players. 

An addition to the chapter this year was the house mother, Mrs. Eve Kahler. 
She quickly won the love and respect of the KAs. 

The Rose, Miss Bonnie Purvis, brought attention not only to herself, but to 
Gamma Zeta as well, with her beauty and charm by possessing those qualities 
which, in every KA's opinion, make up the ideal Southern sweetheart. 

Convivium, the celebration of Robert E. Lee's birthday on Jan. 19, was 
followed by a period of festivity in which the Old South Ball was held. This 
is just one of the many traditions of the "southern gentlemen" who make up 
Gamma Zeta Chapter. Other important social events of the year were the 
Christmas Party, Black and White Formal, and the House Party in Florida. 



Kappa Alpha Officers. Left to Right: Sonny Currie, I; Pete Hubbell, II; Tom O'Shields, 
III; Ti Irby, VII; Mike McWhorter, VIII; Bill Colson, IX; John O'Shields, IV; Gary Williams, 
V; Bob Hishon, VI. 




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KAPPA SIGMA 



Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Colors: Scarlet, White and Emerald 

Founded: University of Virginia, December 10, 1869 



The Kappa Sigma Fraternity was founded in the year 1400 at the Univer- 
sity of Bologna in Italy. The small group founded at Bologna spread across 
Europe and grew in size and importance. The first chapter of Kappa Sigma 
in America was organized in 1869 at the University of Virginia. From the five 
members who started the chapter at Virginia, the fraternity has grown into 
an organization of 134 chapters and over 80,000 living members. 

Built in 1955 Epsilon Nu's home is one of the most modern on the campus. 
We are proud to say that the interior work on the house was completed by 
the members themselves. 

A house mother is someone very special — she must be a good hostess, an 
efficient manager, and "just someone to talk to," all at the same time. Kappa 
Sigma is fortunate to have just such a person, Mrs. Reid Bass Tyron. "Mom 
Reid," as she is affectionately known, became a permanent member of our 
chapter September 12, 1959. 

Among Kappa Sigma's distinguished alumni are Estes Kefauver, Senator 
from Tennessee; Hogie Carmichael, composer and actor; Lowell Thomas, 
author and broadcaster; Drew Pearson, columnist and broadcaster; Johnny 
Mack Brown, western movie actor; and Edward R. Murrow, commentator. The 
Alumni on the faculty and staff include Dr. Arthur H. Derosier, History; Mr. 
B. O. Van Hook, Mathematics; Mr. Orville Thomas, Industrial Arts; Mr. Oscar 
N. Walley, Psychology; Mr. Joseph S. Anzalone, Admissions; and Mr. Richard 
J. Linden, Buildings and Grounds. 

The goal of Kappa Sigma is to aid in developing the potential and interest 
of each of its members while they are in college. Naturally, scholarship is first. 
Behind scholarship, but not of minor importance, are the things that a good 
fraternity also stresses; intramural sports, campus activities, social events, and 
many other college interests. These are the worthwhile activities that Kappa 
Sigma emphasizes and are the components of a well-rounded campus career. 




Kappa Sigma Officers. Left to Right: Robert Voss, Secretary; Moe Curtis, Grand Master 
of Ceremonies; Angelo Falasca, House Manager; Henry Robson, Treasurer; William Ster- 
ritt, President; Mike Barry, Guard; Ray Little, Vice President; Jim Zager, Guard. 





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Robert Anconetani, Charles Baldwin, Michael 
Barry, Richard Baxter, Travis Beckham, Jack 
Bevon, Charles Bobo. 



Douglas Bobo, Dale Botkis, Berenger Brechtel, 
Kenneth Bruce, Nolon Bush, Samuel Carolla, 
Jerry Chalfant. 

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Emil Cholar, Wayne Cleveland, James Collins, 
Robert Cooper, Fred Copley, Morrall Curtis, 
George Dahlgren. 

4 

Michael D'Amico, Angelo Falasca, Louis Fer- 
rari, Tim Foley, Larry Foster, John Ford, Larry 
Fornea. 

5 

James Galuppi, Paul Garverich, Michael Gas- 
ton, Mason Green, Sammy Guercio, William 
Gump, Carl Hamilton. 

6 

Walter Hamilton, Robert Hartfield, Michael 
Hyman, Lamar Jackson, Kendall Johnson, James 
Kelly, James Keith. 

7 

Richard Linden, Ray Little, Lawrence Malley, 
Cline May, Thomas Mayfield, George McDuffie, 
Robert Mclnvale. 

8 

Larry McWilliams, Corley Morse, Anneas Moses, 
David Nobles, George O'Neal, Randolph Pat- 
ton, Jim Payne. 

9 

Michael Peden, LoVvell Phillips, Anthony Poggi, 
James Poole, Robert Regan, Ronald Regan 
Henry Robson. 

10 

Lance Rocker, Paul Russell, Patrick Sanford, 
Joseph Scarpa, Pete Sciarabba, Philip Selcer, 
James Shanholtz. 
II 

Warren Sinnott, Bienville Skipper, Dudley Slay, 
Richard Sneed, Marcus Stennett, William Ster- 
ritt, Mark Stroud. 

12 

Robert Tannehill, Barry Tewis, Kiley Thames, 
Robert Voss, William Voss, Charles Walley, 
Charles Webb. 

13 

Bennett Willoughby, Stephen Wood, Robert 
Young, James Zager, Patrick Zimlich. 

NOT PICTURED: 

William Bower, John Brechtel, Claude Hatten, 
George Hayden, David Moffet, Robert Pos- 
senti, Altred Shepard, Durwood Smith, Jack 
Stephens, Jack Tuso, Jefferson Weaver, and 
Van Wells. 

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James Allen, Charles Blocker, Errol Bradley, 
Bill Britton, John Broadus, James Browning. 



Buster Brumfield, Johnny Coleman, Jimmy 
Cooper, Charles Curry, Bill Davenport, James 
Davis. 



Pete Doles, Nick Doyle, Donnie Dunn, Lennon 
Graham, Larry Guest, Jack Hawkins. 



Ernie Henley, Jackie Hodges, Kenny Hodges, 
Joe Johnson, Bobby Jones, Jim Kerr. 



Phil Lenior, Rick Lenior, George Mahathy, Al 
McCormack, John McGrain, Milton McKay. 



Dannv McQuagge, Rocco Mellino, Charles 
Mowers, Leon Pippin, Al Pitts, Bubba Prothro. 



Jerry Roseberry, Johnny Sassone, Colin Saucier, 
Gale Smith, Leroy Smith, Mack Spence. 



Lee Stevens, Bill Suddith, Clay Swanzy, John 
Terrell, Jim Thomas, Carl Tuzzolino. 



Billy Walker, George Young, Ronnie Young. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Ralph Cochran, Kent Cottle, Paul Dickson, Burt 
Greenwall, Kelly McKavaugh, and Jim Wells. 



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PHI KAPPA TAU 



Flower: Red Carnation 

Colors: Red and Old Gold 

Founded: Miami University, Oxford Ohio, 1906 



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Phi Kappa Tau, Beta Epsilon Chapter, became Mississippi Southern's first 
national fraternity on October 15, 1948. 

"Phi Taus" are known as the most versatile fraternity on campus with leaders 
in almost all campus organizations: Class Officers, Professional and Honorary 
fraternities, service clubs, Student Printz, choir, band, General Nat's Sergeant, 
cheerleader, Varsity football, basketball, baseball, and tennis. 

Adding to the trophy case, first place was claimed by Phi Kappa Tau for 
Greek Skit night; and for the fourth consecutive year, fraternity football. Phi 
Taus have placed in almost all competition and rate above the men's over-all 
average in scholarship. 

The Phi Taus always bright social calendar is highlighted with the annual 
French O uarrer Party. Lost Weekend Party, House Party, and Red Carnation 
Ball. 

Phi Tau, Pete Doles, won first place in the Mid-South Fair Talent Contest 
in Memphis, and appeared on the Ed Sullivan and Ted Mack TV Shows earlier 
this year. 

Phi Kappa Taus are especially proud of their housemother, Mrs. Grace 
MaGee, graduate of Mississippi State College for Women, and Ralph Mc- 
Daniels, President of the Mississippi Southern Alumni Associations. 

The organized Alumni Association of Beta Epsilon of Phi Kappa Tau is active 
and well informed on chapter affairs. The graduates hold an annual meeting 
at Homecoming. Phi Taus leading the organization are Jim Brown, President, 
Director of the Hattiesburg Recreation Department, and Dr. James Whates, 
Secretary, Laurel Physician. 

Listed among Phi Kappa Tau's distinguished alumni are the following: 
Rowland Maxwell, President, National Interfraternity Council; Fred Hall, 
Governor of Kansas; Grayson Kirk, President, Columbia Univ.; Ward Parley, 
President, Univ. of Colorado; Walter S. Gamertsfelder, President, Ohio Uni- 
versity; William B. Aycock, President, Univ. of North Carolina; and Gerald A. 
Drew, Ambassador to Haiti. Phi Taus on campus include Dr. John F. Nau, Re- 
ligion and Philosophy; Dr. Arthell Kelley, Geography; Mr. Joseph Huck, 
Music; and Captain H. L. Smith, ROTO 



Phi Kappa Tau Officers. Left to Right, First Row: Leroy Smith, Social Chairman; Joe John- 
son, President; Charlie Blocker, Vice President; Jim Thomas, Pledge Master. Second Row: 
Johnny Coleman, Rush Chairman; George Yound, House Manager; Phil Lenior, Sergeant at 
Arms; Jack Hawkins, Recording Secretary; Clay Swanzy, Corresponding Secretary. 




PI KAPPA ALPHA 



Flower: Lily of the Valley 

Colors: Garnet and Old Gold 

Founded: University of Virginia, March I, 1868 



Delta Mu Chapter was installed on the Mississippi Southern College campus 
on December 10, 1949. At present, there are I I 7 Pi Kappa Alpha chapters 
and over 60,000 living members. 

Pi Kappa Alpha encourages scholarship and participation in campus ac- 
tivities, and has many members who are members and officers in numerous 
organizations on campus. But most important, we believe in practicing our 
purpose for being: the establishment of friendship and the promotion of broth- 
erly love. 

Colleges are designed to train the mind — but students must develop so- 
cially, physically, morally, and spiritually at the same time they are preparing 
for their vocations. The colleges leaves a vacuum. This is where Pi Kappa Alpha 
enters the picture. 

Pi Kappa Alpha is a social fraternity. Man is by nature a social being and 
desires to belong to an intimate "ingroup," to have a sense of belonging. 
Loneliness can be just as depressing in a crowd of ten thousand. There is no 
loneliness in Pi Kappa Alpha. 

Man is stimulated by ideals which help him to reach above the mundane, 
and group action is a further aid to his achievement. The men of Pi Kappa 
Alpha are proud of their ideals and try to fulfill this media in every way. 

Since the beginning, man has had to accept certain obligations. One, as a 
college man and as a pledge of Pi Kappa Alpha. He has accepted certain 
obligations which he had agreed to fulfill, not only during the time of associ- 
ation with the Fraternity, but throughout his life. The men of Pi Kappa Alpha 
are obligated to three purposes: self and family, alma mater, and then to 
Pi Kappa Alpha. Pikes throughout the nation have exemplified this obligation. 

We are not to think of ourselves "as one of the many threats which make up 
the texture of the doublet" but we should "desire to be the purple . . . that 
small and shining part which makes the rest seem fair and beautiful." That 
was the deathless dream of the men who founded Pi Kappa Alpha. These 
words by Thornwell Jacobs, Mu chapter, still apply to our fraternity, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 




Pi Kappa Alpha Officers. Left to Right, Front Row: Bryan Long, Vice President; Billy Nel- 
son, President; Dick Wilson, Treasurer. Second Row: Wayne Hart, House Manager; Luther 
Boyd, Historian; Ron Martin, Pledge Trainer; Don Barnes, Secretary. 



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MEMBERS 

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Jon David Albrecht, Edward Chesley Albritton, 
William Frank Allbritton, Charles Henry Allen, 
John Walter Alvis, Michael Graham Ball. 



Harold Donald Barnes, William George Bexley, 
James Lamar Bloodworth, Lester Lee Bourne, 
William Pittman Bowers, Luther Rhinehart Boyd. 



Nolan Hudson Brooks, Robert Louis Brown, Thad 
McCullough Bush, Donald Bruce Campbell, 
Leonard Vane Carroll, Charles Edwin Clarke. 



James Cochran, Thomas Woodroof Dudley, 
Kenneth Paul Forte, Ted Miller Hall, Frederick 
Wayne Hart, Joe C. Hess. 



Allen Glover Holder, Bill H. Hughes, Byron 
McClellan Humphrey, Guy Robert Keane, Wil- 
liam John Kortman, Robert Lee Lingle. 



James Bryan Long, Donald Gordon Lowery, 
Glenn Lamar Lyle, Benny Joe Mardis, Linus 
Baxter Martin, Ronald Weldon Martin. 



Garrett Edward McBryde, Joseph Howell Miller, 
Lee Henry Miller, Charlie Patrick Moore, Ste- 
phen Anthonv Motches, William Clemmons 
Neal. 



William Nugent Nelson, James Warren Nobles, 
Alfred Watson Odom, Leroy William O'Neill, 
Anderson Lee Palmer, Mack Patterson. 

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Robert T. Penn, Stephen Philip Po-rcari, Don 
Leird Renegar, Lamar Alexander Reynolds, Ed- 
mund James Schlegel, Robert SoV/ell. 

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John Richard Wilson. 

NOT PICTURED: 

Gerald Walker Chrestman, John Goffe Leggett, 
Raymond Carroll Martin, Herman Lewis May, 
Jack Alexander McRae, Neil Raymond Mc- 
Millen, Ronald Clifton Meyer, Frederick James 
Perry, David Warren Pyle, Dale Winthrop Stew- 
art, Dorian Justin Stone. 



Charlotte Elam — Pi Kappa Alpha Dream Girl. 




MEMBERS 



Chadwick Bates, William Carvel Brown, Glenn 
Arnold Chance, Allen Edward Cook. 



John Gary Cook, Ernest Eugene Dawkins, Thom- 
as Allen Deas, William Duane Dreaden. 



Myron Frederick Frailey, Gerald Arnold Har- 
rison, Larry Pete Hatten, Edward Thomas 
Heintz. 



Jack Marcus Hill, Michael Flynn Kavanaugh, 
Lloyd Henry Kimbrough, Howard Gould Mc- 
Gee. 



Robert Westbrook Nance, Gary Paul Parnham, 
John Ezriah Pearson, Thomas Jackson Phillips. 



William Louis Pinamonti, William Reed Ridlen, 
Robert Leon Taylor, David Peter Thomas. 



Claude Joseph Trahan, Davis Herman White. 



NOT PICTURED: 

Vincent Bitetto, George Walton Ewing, David 
Sherrod Milligan, Burt James, Jerry Glenn 
Richardson, Ray Spencer, Victor Elton Stamey, 
and Bob Wallace. 



Mary Beth Wheeler — Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweet- 
heart. 





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SIGMA PHI EPSILON 



Flowers: Violet and American Beauty Rose 

Colors: Red and Purple 

Founded: Richmond College, November I, 1901 




On July I, I960, sixty years after the founding of Sigma Phi Epsilon, there 
were more than fifty thousand "Sig Eps" over the world. These fraternity men 
were divided between 152 active chapters in forty-two states and the District 
of Columbia. In the nation, Sigma Phi Epsilon is in the top three fraternities in 
number of chapters. 

In the state of Mississippi, there are three active Sig Ep chapters. These 
are Alpha Chapter at the University of Mississippi, Beta Chapter at Missis- 
sippi State University, and Gamma Chapter at Mississippi Southern College. 
The chapter here at MSC was installed on May 16, 1953. In the following 
years of growing, planning for the future, and becoming an integral part of 
campus life, Sig Eps have lived up to the national traditions of their fraternity. 

The newest advances in campus growth include plans for a new fraternity 
house for the Southern chapter which are proceeding on schedule. This new 
modern structure, which will be ready for occupation by fall quarter of the 
1962-63 academic year, will add much to Sigma Phi Epsilon at Mississippi 
Southern. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon's advances in scholarship, leadership, and loyalty to the 
school are quite evident and are shown by the prominent campus positions 
occupied by MSC Sig Eps and their active participation in campus activities. 

The largest service project undertaken by Sig Eps during the year is active 
participation in the annual Heart Fund Campaign. All Sig Ep chapters in the 
nation combine their talents, money, time, and efforts during this drive to live 
up to the name "the Fraternity with the Heart." 

Honorary members and alumni members of Sigma Phi Epsilon on the college 
faculty include: Jack D. Munn, Dr. Charles A. Payne, Aubrey K. Lucas, Gilbert 
T. Saetre, Coach Fred Lewis, and Paul F. Weisend. 



Sigma Phi Epsilon Officers. Left to Right: William Brown, Controller; Myron Frailey, Vice 
President; Jerry Parrison, Historian; Ernest Dawkins, Secretary. Not Pictured: David Milligan, 
President. 






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The publications staffs, the academic clubs, and 
religious organizations compose the extracurricular 
phase of Mississippi Southern College life. These 
various service organizations supplement the aca- 
demic and social facets of the school and provide 
suitable and practical outlets for the students' time, 
talents, and energy. 

Religious clubs and organizations meet and fill the 
spiritual needs of students of all denominations and 
faiths. With the guidance of special directors, the 
students themselves plan the religious activities of 
the campus, a highlight being Religious Emphasis 
Week. 

Honorary fraternities and departmental clubs also 
give students an incentive or goal toward which to 
work. 

Without various service organizations, the school 
life would be incomplete, and the lack of extracur- 
ricular activities would be as serious as an academic 
deficency. 




SERVICE 



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THE 1962 
SOUTHERNER 



MARTHA BOONE 
Editor of the 1962 SOUTHERNER 




The 1961-62 school year has been a rewarding and an 
exciting one for Mississippi Southern and its students. It 
has been the main purpose of the 1962 SOUTHERNER to 
picture the important events and to preserve the happiest 
memories of this session. We have strived to be fair and 
impartial with the contents of the SOUTHERNER and it is 
our desire that the 1962 SOUTHERNER will well represent 
the biggest and the best — Dear Ole MSC! 



ED CLARKE 
Business Manager 



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MARTHA BOONE 
ED CLARKE 
BETTY BOYD 
KAY PICKENS 
BILL STERRITT 
JERRY HALL 
GAYE SCHROCK 
SHARON SHIREY 
AMY SMITH 

GINNY FORD 
LINDA LEE 
STEVE WOOD 
BARBARA DIX 
DALE BOTKIS 
JORDAN DYKES 
BILLY BOWERS 



Frances Smith, Jane Merideth, Carolyn Kay Th 
not, Donna Jo Everett, Gail McCormick, Fred 
Richard Balius, Gene Carlisle, Bobby Cooper 
prise the staff of the 1962 SOUTHERNER. 



Editor 

Business Manager 

Executive Assistant 

Training Executive 

Associate Editor 

Associate Editor 

College Editor 

Class Editor 

Copy Editor and 

Greek Editor 

Feature Editor 

Spirit Editor 

Sports Editor 

Activities Editor 

Asst. Activities Editor 

Service Editor 

Asst Business Manager 

ompson, Carolyn Arbuth- 
Copley, Angelo Falasco, 
and Bob Tannehill com- 



STEVE WOOD 
Sports Editor 



JORDAN DYKES 
Service Editor 





Barbara Dix and Dale Botlcis, Editor and Assistant Editor of the Activities 
Section. 





AMY SMITH 

Copy Editor and 

Greek Editor 



GAYE SCHROCK 
College Editor 




SHARON SHIREY 
Class Editor 



GINNY FORD 
Feature Editor 




Carolyn Kay Thompson, Carolyn Arbuthnot, and Jane Merideth go over 
plans for the SOUTHERNER. 



Staff members Angelo Falasco, Gail McCormick, and Gene Carlisle 
review a previous annual. 



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Seated at the desks, Left to Right: Bob Roule, managing editor; Glenna 
Childress, news editor; Ed Lepoma, staff writer; Burlin Walker, staff 
writer; Jack Stratas, staff writer; Jack LaRue, photographer; Tommy 



Nance, sports editor; Marion Jones, engraver; Al Caceres, staff writer; 
Clemma Slaton, news editor, and Clay Swanzy, staff writer. 



THE 1962 

STUDENT 

PRINTZ 



David Webb, executive editor, and Frank Buckley, advisor. 




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The Student Printz is a completely student-operated news- 
paper from copy paper to news stand. It serves as a training 
ground for more than 50 journalism students. In its basic 
function the Printz operates with four departments — Editorial, 
Advertising, Photography, and Printing. Student Printz 
staffers are traditionally proud of the factual and responsible 
quality attained in their uncensored press. Full scholarships 
for five to eight students are available each year on the 
Printz. In addition, partial scholarships for work on the 
editorial and business staffs are provided about ten or 
twelve others. Serving as the news and publicity medium of 
the college, the Printz is outstanding among contemporary 
journals, having been named six times All-American and 
eleven times Columbia Medalist. 



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THE EDITORIAL STAFF 



DAVID WEBB 
BOB ROULE 
BILL HARVEY 
TOMMY NANCE 
BENNETT EASTERLING 
CORKIE LYLE 
RETTA JUSTICE 
TOM RATH 
BOB WILSON 
CLEMMA SLATON 



Executive Editor 

Managing Editor 

Associate Editor 

Sports Editor 

Business Manager 

Feature Editor 

Society Editor 

Art Editor 

News Editor 

News Editor 




BENNETT EASTERLING 

Business Manager 




DON BYRD 
Pressman 



CHARLES GERALD 
Photographer 



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Seated, Left to Right: Noelle Jeffcoat, Sally Mansfield, Hazel Jennings, 
Barbara Utsey, Janayne Robertson, Trudie Bilberry, Jerry King. Standing: 
Clay Swanzy, Gail Sanders, Linda Starkey, Sharon Woolum, Babe 
Neelly, Lillian Gayden, Nancy Ellzey, Charlotte Utsey, Ruth Pylate, Ed 
Clark. 



COLLEGE UNION ACTIVITIES 



The College Union Activities is composed of students who 
are interested in developing, promoting, planning, and carry- 
ing out activities and events which add to the social life of 
the students on the campus. During the 1961-62 school year, 
the College Union has sponsored numerous activities in hopes 
that it has held something that every student at Southern 



has participated in and enjoyed. The various activities include 
juke-box dances, patio parties, hay-rides, tournaments, and 
various movies, which are shown every other week. The main 
events of the year were dances with decorations, refresh- 
ments, and bands. These included the Autumn Leaves Dance, 
the Mardi Gras Ball, and the President's Ball. 



OFFICERS 



BABE NEELLY 
GAIL SANDERS 
NANCY ELLZEY 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



BARBARA UTSEY 
JERRY KING 



Regional Coordinator 
Advisor 



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COLLEGIATE 
CIVITAN 



Seated Left to Right: Rodney Roundtree, Larry Mensi, Pete Hubbell, 

Gary Williams, Bonnie Dale (Sweetheart), Charles Brumfield, Keith 
Cobb, Professor William Burks (Faculty Advisor), John Simpson. 
Standing: Mark Rosetti, Horace Dickerson, Scotty Rosetti, John 
O'Shields, Leon Pippin, Frank Bell, Charles Easom, Joe Johnson, Marshall 
Fayard, Douglas Magee, Bob Maher, Wendell Ott, Johnny Sassone, 
Dennis Gandy, Ernie Sylvester. 



The purpose of the Collegiate Civitan Club is to emphasize 
the advantages of the American-Canadian way of life, to 
promote good fellowship and high scholarship, to serve on 
the campus, and the community, to provide an opportunity 
for leadership training through service to encourage the daily 
living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships. Col- 
legiate Civitans, as "Builders of Good Citizenship," render 
altruistic service in building better communities. 

Collegiate Civitan appeals to young men of high standards 
and purposes. It challenges them with the broader fellowship 
and inspires in them the desire for a fuller and richer life. It 
also inspires them to work for service projects that will de- 
velop a better community. 



Left to Right: Keith Cobb, Treasurer; Gary Williams, President; Charles 
Brumfield, Secretary; Peter Hubbell, Vice-President. 



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THE ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA FRATERNITY 



ALPHA EPSILON ALPHA 



Bob Hishon, Vice-President; Dick Wilson, Executive Assistant; Charles 
McDaniel, Secretary and Treasurer; David Foster, President. 



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The purposes of Alpha Epsilon Alpha are threefold: 
Professional — to understand better the professional require- 
ments, ethics, laws, and regulations governing the practice of 
Accounting, for the protection of our future employers and 
clients, the protection and promotion of the profession of 
Accountancy, the protection of ourselves as representatives 
of the profession, and the proper application of Accounting 
principles to the problems that we are to face in the future, 
as is demanded by the current situation of the economic, 
business and governmental world. 

Scholastic — to apply the opportunities that are now offered 
us, and to the betterment of ourselves and our society through 
efforts to deserve the three ideals of this fraternity, which are 
Integrity, Merit, and Diligence. 

Social — to strive toward helping our fellow student in making 
a contribution to society through personal self-improvement. 




First Row: Harry Thomas, Dr. J. W. Walker, Faculty Advisor; Don Fuell 
President; George Dowley, Vice-President. Second Row: Bobbye Nell 
Sterling, Sarah Jackson, Patsy Myrick, Mary Rayborn, Secretary; Barbara 
Campbell, Minnie Lou Cooley. 



ALPHA EPSILON DELTA 



Affiliated with the American Association for the Advance- 
ment of Science, the American Council of Education, and 
the Association of College Honor Societies, Alpha Epsilon 
Delta is an honorary pre-medical society. It stimulates 
appreciation of the importance of pre-medical education in 
the study of medicine. Alpha Epsilon Delta's purpose is to 
bind together similarly interested students. 



DON FUELL 
GEORGE DOWLEY 



OFFICERS 

President MARY RAYBORN 

Vice-President DR. J. W. WALKER 



Secretary 
Faculty Advisor 



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Front Row, Left to Right: Dr. Hartwig, Faculty Advisor; Sara Crew, Billy Stewart, 
Richard Strahan, Carole Hill, Professor R. M. Treser. Second Row: Gary Williams, 
Page Jones, Don Hood. 



Alpha Psi Omega is the largest honorary 

dramatics fraternity in the world. The Lambda Nu 

cast was formed on Southern's campus in 1949. 

Alpha Psi Omega strives to stimulate interest in 

college drama and secure for the college all the 

advantages and mutual helpfulness provided 

by an honorary fraternity. 

By electing students to membership on the 

basis of their participation, it serves as a reward 

for their efforts in college productions. The 

fraternity colors are amber and moonlight blue, and 

the flower is the iris. 



ALPHA 

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OMEGA 



A GROUP OF SOUTHERN PLAYERS 

Page Jones, Director; Billy Stewart, Stage Manager; Richard Strahan, Business 
Manager. 



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Southern Players was organized in 1957 to 

provide a working organization for those students 

who are interested in all phases of the theatre. 

Through its Annual Touring Children's Plays, 

Southern Players has introduced live theatre to 

thousands of children in southern Mississippi and 

southeastern Louisiana. Each year, Southern Players 

presents a children's play, three major productions, 

and a series of workshop productions. In the past, 

Southern Players has worked in conjunction with 

the other departments on the campus to produce 

the All-Campus Musical. 



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BETA 
BETA 
BETA 



Glenda Spurlin, President; Charley Baxter, Vice-President; E. S. Garrett, 
Secretary; Ernie Sylvester, Treasurer; Billy Moore, Historian; Dr. Ben Q. 
Ward, Advisor. 



The Beta Chi Chapter of Beta Beta Beta at Mississippi 
Southern College is a society for students of the biological 
sciences. It seeks to encourage scholarly attainment in this 
field of learning by reserving its membership for those 
who achieve superior academic records and who indicate 
special aptitude for the subject of biology. It desires to 
cultivate intellectual interest in the natural sciences and to 
promote a better appreciation of the value of biological 
study. It aims to advance the general objectives of education 
by making a noteworthy contribution to the curricular 
program of the life sciences. Beta Beta Beta endeavors, 
also, to extend the boundaries of man's knowledge of 
nature by encouraging new discoveries through scientific 
investigation. It emphasizes, therefore, a three-fold program: 
stimulation of sound scholarship; dissemination of 
scientific knowledge; and promotion of biological 
research. Beta Beta Beta is an affiliated society of the 
American Association for the Advancement of Science. 



First Row, Left to Right: Glenda Spurlin, Lynn Wilkerson, Sarah Jackson, 
Sara Jean Johnson. Second Row: Bobbye Nell Sterling, Linda Ritter, 
Joe Manuel. Third Row: Bonnie Owen, Edgar Hughes, Doug Brewer. 
Fourth Row: Harry Thomas, Ernie Sylvester, E. S. Garrett, Billy Moore. 



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Standing, Left to Right: William Matthews, Jim Howard, Don Taulbee, Jimmy 
Howell, Ned Travis, Lawson Evans, Eric Mioton, Billy Day, Clifton Hoke, Earl 
McNeely, Dick Wilson, Bob McCan, Bill Hughes, Marshall Fayard, Jerry King, 
Lester Kavan, Jimmy Meadows, Bobby Hadaway, Ralph Edwards, Bobby Bishop, 
Jimmy Nobles, Charles Brumfield, Kenny Forte, Dee Hall, Fred Wilda, Ronnie 
Warren, John Simpson, Darnell LaPree, James Carty. Seated: Fred Brock, Bobby 
Bounds, Robert Lingle, Keith Cobb, Tom Dudley, Frank Powers, Bud Milling, 
Charles McDaniel, Nick Fitzgerald, Bruce Peeples, Mr. Wehling, Mr. McQuiston, 
Ed Clark. 



BONNIE PURVIS 
Delta Sigma Rose 



DELTA SIGMA PI 



Back Row, Left to Right: Fred Brock, President; Keith Cobb, Treasurer; Bruce 
Peeples, Historian. Front Row: Frank Powers, Second Vice-President; Tom Dudley, 
Secretary; Bobby Joe Bounds, First Vice-President. 





Delta Sigma Pi is a professional fraternity organized 
to foster the study of business in universities; to 
encourage scholarship, social activity, and the 
association of students for their mutual 
advancement by research and practice; to promote 
a closer affiliation between the commercial world 
and students of commerce; and to further a higher 
understanding of commercial ethics and culture 
and the civic and commercial welfare of their 
community. 

Gamma Tau Chapter was founded December 9, 
1950, at Mississippi Southern in the School of 
Commerce and Business Administration. Delta 
Sigma Pi makes quarterly field trips to interesting 
points in the business world, conducts professional 
meetings highlighted by many prominent speakers, 
and takes an active part.in campus activities. 



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MEMBERS OF KAPPA DELTA PI 



KAPPA DELTA PI 



Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary society in the field of 
education, stresses high professional, intellectual, and 
personal standards. Members represent the finest students 
who plan to pursue the field of education as a vocation. 
From nominations submitted by members, faculty, and 
campus leaders, students who meet the high scholastic 
and professional requirements of Kappa Delta Pi are 
invited for membership. 

Founded at the University of Illinois, Kappa Delta Pi has 
developed a large honorary society. Theta Gamma Chapter 
was installed at Mississippi Southern College on May 28, 
1954, and has attempted to encourage high professional, 
intellectual, and personal standards among members and 
the campus by presenting programs dealing with 
professionalism in education, service projects, and an 
incentive to excel in education. 



Left to Right: Mrs. Willie Earl Cooley, Treasurer; Marcus Stennett, 
Vice-President; Talmadge Harper, Secretary; Edith Miller, President; 
Dr. R. G. Biglow, Sponsor. 



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The Home Economics Club is comprised of majors in Home Economics 



HOME ECONOMICS 
CLUB 



Kirby Breland, President; Linda Bentley, Vice-President; Donia Overby, 
Secretary; Alice Maw, Treasurer; Linda Shows, Program Chairman; Ann' 
Katherine Jeffcoat, Student Activities Representative; Carol Brummett, 
Reporter. 




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The Home Economics Club, affiliated with the Mississippi 
Home Economics Association and the American Home 
Economics Association, is open to all students in home 
economics. Some of the Home Economics Club's annual 
activities include: a get-acquainted party, Latin-American 
party, Career Day Booth, Thanksgiving boxes for needy 
families, and a Christmas party for underprivileged 
children. Each year the Club's activities are climaxed with 
a Spring Banquet. The club was organized at Mississippi 
Southern College in 1926. The purpose of the club is to 
develop leadership ability, to promote professional attitudes 
and interests, to share with others the value of home 
economics as a profession and to encourage fellowship 
among students and faculty. 



The main purpose of Kappa Omicron Phi, a 
national professional organization, is to further 
the best interests of Home Economics in four-year 
colleges. Students with similar professional and 
vocational interests, with potentialities of 
leadership and scholarship attainments, and with 
superior personal qualities will be working and 
advancing together. This is realized through the 
requirements of a 3.25 overall average, leadership, 
and character of high standing. Those majoring 
in Home Economics and meeting these requirements 
are eligible for membership in Kappa Omicron 
Phi. 

KAPPA 

OMICRON 

PHI 




Standing, Left to Right: Linda Shows, Beverly King, Carol Thomas, Bonnie Murray. 
Seated: Kirby Breland, Treasurer; Mrs. Vera Barnett, Faculty Advisor; Alice Maw, 
President. Not Pictured: Sue Fountain, Vice-President; Janice Moore, Secretary. 



STUDENT 

NURSES 

ASSOCIATION 

This group was organized during the fall quarter of 
the 1961-62 school year to provide opportunities 
to learn more about nursing as a profession. 
This also enabled each member to become 
better acquainted with other student nurses. It 
promoted an exchange of ideas that created a 
sense of unity and fellowship as well as encouraged 
cooperation and individual responsibility among 
the student nurses. 



First Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Musgrave, Sandra Culpepper, Jean Daigle, Evelyn 
Sigletary (Vice-President), Mrs. Geraldine Miley (Secretary), Yvonne Dill (Presi- 
dent), Jean Burks, Carole McElhaney. Second Row: Charles McCutchen, Sarah 
Brown, Mrs. Virginia Lambert, Barbara McCurley, Kathleen Tommey, Shirley 
McNabb, Mrs. Yvonne Riley, Mrs. Gloria Turner. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Charles Saul, Walter Poser, Gary Cook, Bruce 

Criswell, Bill Smith, Thomas O'Neal. Standing: Sherman Hong, John 



Anthony, Jr., Earl Blessey, Milton Smith, Ken Pouncey, Frank Adams, 
Ernie Cropp, Bill Merton, Joe Daniel. 



KAPPA KAPPA PSI 





OFFICERS 






An Honorary Fraternity for college bandsmen operating 


WALTER POSER 




President 




exclusively in the field of the college band. Kappa Kappa Psi 
has three purposes: to honor outstanding bandsmen 


BILL SMITH 




Vice-President 




through privilege of membership; to foster a close 


GARY COOK 




Secretary 




relationship between college bands and to promote a high 


BRUCE CRISWELL 




Treasurer 




average of attainment by the performance of good music 


CHARLES SAUL 




Sergeant at Arms 




and selection of worthwhile projects. 








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Mu Phi Epsilon is a national professional music 
sorority found on the campuses of the leading 
colleges and universities of the United States. 
Membership is limited to graduate and 
undergraduate students majoring or minoring in 
music. Selection is based on scholarship, 
musicianship, character, and personality. The 
purposes are: advancement of music in America, 
promotion of musicianship and scholarship, and 
serving of the Alma Mater. The sorority also 
contributes to work in music therapy, music for 
the blind, and music education around the world. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Mary George Smith, Recording Secretary; Rosemary Sim- 
mons, Vice-President; Georgia Fillingham, Historian; Barbara Allen, President; 
Nancy McKie, Treasurer; Karen Wilson, Corresponding Secretary; Linda Jane 
Parker, Warden. Standing: Madelyn Rouse, Ruth Pylate, Brenda Miller, Louise 
Stuckey, Judy Hearne, Becky Cagle, Pansy Martin, Judy Davis, Annette Inman, 
Vincentine Piazza, Loucinda Herrington. 



PHI MU 
ALPHA 

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America is 
a national honorary music fraternity. The Eta Phi 
Chapter was installed at Mississippi Southern 
College in May of 1951. The purpose of Phi Mu 
Alpha Sinfonia are: to advance the cause of music 
in America, to foster the mutual welfare and 
brotherhood of students of music, to develop the 
truest fraternal spirit among its members, and to 
encourage loyalty to the Alma Mater. 



Seated, Left to Right: Bruce Criswell, President; Bill Smith, Historian; Morris 
Sweatt, Treasurer; Talmage Harper, Secretary; David Horton. Standing: Sherman 
Hong, Joel Hinson, Jimmy Simpson, Bobby Jones, Henry Swindull, William Graves, 
Mike Burson, Frank Adams, Bill Merton, Joe Daniel, Glenn Spiller, John M. 
Anthony. 



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First Row: Kay Richie, Glenda Chatam, Linda Escobedo, Marvell Groom, 
Kathy Fitzburgh, Lenora Craig, Ann Carr, Peggy Morgan, Loretta Leiter- 
man, Noelle Jeffcoat, Pat Cockrell. Second Row: Harry Thomas, Dennis 
Gandy, Steven Likins, Bob Maher, Joe Everett, Gene Phillips, Louis 



Lofton, Wayne Saucier. Third Row: Charles Cleveland, Richard Robinson, 
John Hardtla, Roger Johnson, James O'Connor, Jerry Wolfe, Edward 
Steele, Jack Munn, Bill Johnson. Fourth Row: Luke Schissel, Bill Stone, 
Bing Wong, Wayne Hester, John Ratesic, Bob Davidson, Richard Lenoir. 






KAPPA MU EPSILON 

Kappa Mu Epsilon is a society for the recognition of 
outstanding students in the field of mathematics. It develops 
appreciation of the power of math and furthers students' 
interest by helping the undergraduates realize the 
important role mathematics has had in the development of 
the Western Civilization. Kappa Mu Epsilon is honorary, 
and a specific grade average is reguired. 



OFFICERS 



BOB DAVIDSON 
JAMES O'CONNOR 
PATRICIA COCKRELL 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary 



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Pi Omega Pi is an honorary business education 
fraternity. Alpha Sigma Chapter of Pi Omega Pi 
was organized on April 27, 1940, on the campus 
of Mississippi Southern College. The chapter 
sponsors many worthwhile projects, some of 
which are: sponsoring a Christman project for a 
needy family, assisting with High School Day, 
and giving a scholarship to some deserving business 
education student. Last year, Alpha Sigma 
Chapter was ranked fourth in the National 
Efficiency Contest. 

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Seated, Left to Right: Janice Wells, Mabel Baldwin, Evelyn Ewell, Sponsor; 
Frances Reck, Annelle Bonner, Rebecca Barlow, Treasurer. Standing: Ann Morris, 
Lucretia Bishop, Historian; Flora Watts, Vice-President; Hilda Holifield, Secretary; 
Marion Ann Busby, President; Josephine Speed, Linda Newton, Hattie Pearly 
Nunnery, Becky Phillips. 



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SIGMA 
EPSILON 



Standing, Left to Right: David Carson, Joel Asch, Richard Baxter, Dr. Ureeland, 
Ed Maness (Sargent at Arms), Harry Simpson, Rob Slay, Sammy Davis, Rodney 
Roundtree. Seated: Robert Marino, Rich Harnist (Secretary), Lamar Jackson (Vice- 
President), Talmadge Irby (Treasurer), Tommy O'Shields (President), Robert 
Young (Sergeant at Arms). 



Represented exclusively in Mississippi on the 
Mississippi Southern College campus by Delta 
Chapter, Pi Sigma Epsilon is a national professional 
and honorary fraternity in marketing and sales 
management. 

Pi Sigma Epsilon was founded in Atlanta, Georgia, 
by Mr. L. L. Antle in November, 1951. Southern's 
Chapter was founded in 1956. 
During the school year, Delta Chapter promotes 
many different sales projects. Also, the chapter, 
along with MSC and the Mobile Sales Executive 
Club, sponsors a "Marketing Day" to which all 
students are invited. 





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Seated: Roy Danforth, Ronnie Young, Jim Crawford, Jimmy Havard, Morris 
Meador, Mr. M. D. Speed, Mr. B. O. Van Hoot, Oscar Braun, Bobby Mclnvale, 
Bobby Anconatoni, Billy Dickson, Dr. Fike. Standing: Tony DeFranco, Jack White, 
Earl Etheridge, Jim Payne, Johnny Brechtel, Marvin Breaseale, Jim Thomas, Don 
Fuell, Harold Hays, Donald Hultz, Gerald Wilson, John Ratesic, Leon Akins, Nick 
Kolinsky, Charles Parker, Jim Green, Johnny Sckolpan, Kenneth Hodges, Benny 
McLeod, George Sekul, Ben Calhoun, Ben Willoughly, Joe Owens. 



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Standing: Morris Meador, Leon Akins, Don Fuell, President; 
Earl Etheridge. Seated: Mr. M. D. Speed, Mr. B. O. Van Hook, 
Dr. Claude Fike. 




Standing, Left to Right: Goodloe Sutton, David Webb, Steve Wood, Don Swift, 
Mason Frye, Eric Mioton, Randy Ellis, Clay Swanzy, Seth Granberry, Jr., George 
Contos, Dennis Spencer. Seated: Jack Stratas, Gene Phillips (Treasurer), Ronald 
Bell (Secretary), Mary Sylvester (Sweetheart), Donald Bell (President), Lester 
Kavan (Vice-President), Bennett Easterling. 




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The Mississippi Southern College Circle K Club 
is not a social fraternity, but is a student 
service organization sponsored by the Hattiesburg 
Kiwanis Club. Membership in Circle K is open 
to any college man interested in participating 
actively in organixed service to his college and 
the surrounding community and who meets 
certain leadership and scholastic reguirements. The 
Circle K Club is not just an organization but a 
driving force developing the leadership for 
tomorrow while it creates a better college 
community today. 



HONORARY FRENCH SOCIETY 

Pi Delta Phi is a national honor society for 
outstanding students of the French language; 
established for the expressed purpose to foment 
a wider knowledge and a greater appreciation of 
the contributions of France to world culture, to 
recognize academic excellence in the field of 
French studies in American colleges and 
universities, and to foster a friendly spirit among 
the peoples of French and English speech. Pi 
Delta Phi was founded in 1906 at Berkely, California, 
and was installed at Mississippi Southern May I, 
1950. Regular members are elected from among 
outstanding students majoring or minoring in 
French. 



PI 

DELTA 

PHI 




Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Sara Johnson, Sponsor; Mary Nelson, Judy Still, Presi- 
dent; Barbara Allen. Standing: Shirley Flick, Linda Bonay, Thomas T. Chisolm, 
Jean Ellen Myatt, Marilyn Curtis. Not Pictured: Don Drapeau, Vice-President; 
Joe Crews, Secretary-Treasurer; Page Jones. 



TAU 

BETA 

SIGMA 



Tau Beta Sigma, National Honorary Sorority for 
college bandswomen, operates exclusively in the 
field of college and university bands. The purposes 
of Tau Beta Sigma are: to promote the existence 
and welfare of the college bands", to honor 
outstanding women in the band through privilege 
of membership, to stimulate campus leadership 
and respect through the medium of the college 
band, to foster a close relationship between 
college bands, and to provide a pleasant social 
experience for all engaged in college band work. 



Front Row, Left to Right: Jenny DeBardelaben, Secretary; Judy Murray, Vice- 
President; Georgia Fillingham, Guard; Gail Gunter, President; Rebecca Leitch, 
Project Chairman; Betty Andress, Treasurer. Second Row: Mary Ann Martin, 
Peggy Wright, Patsy James, Amelia Woodall, Patsy Crenshaw, Donna Houge. 
Third Row: Loucinda Herrington, Mary Thweatt, Eileen Hamilton, Janice Turner, 
Becky Cagle, Barbara Hunter, Mary Young, Peggy Condon. 



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First Row: Colonel Pynes, Talmadge Irby, Peter Hubbell, W. C. Parker, Larry 
Hatten, Marvin Sadousky, John Simpson, Carl Pederson, Captain Petty. Second 
Row: Dr. Kelly, Dr. Fike, Ernie Sylvester, Rodney Roundtree, Chadwich Bates, 
Byron Robbins, Joel Hinson, Thomas Patrick, Robert Brown, J. Major, R. Odom, 
Captain Myer. Third Row: Vic Stamey, W. G. Miller, Clefton Vaughn, Joe Bailey, 
A. Coke, Douglas Magee, W. Lott, Larry Mensi, Ted Kmet, Byron Long, Jim 
Shanholtz. Not Pictured: Robert Speake, Bill Doherty, James Keith, B. Neville, 
J. Yancy. 



Scabbard and Blade is a national honorary military 
society recognizing outstanding advanced ROTC 
students. This military society first appeared on 
the campus of Mississippi Southern College in 
May of 1959. Since this installation date, its 
purposes have been to foster and develop 
officer-like qualities in young men, and raise 
the standard of military education in the United 
States. The society of Scabbard and Blade is 
unique in organization, being honorary, social, 
military, and professional in nature. 



SCABBARD 

AND 

BLADE 



N. E. A 



John Barlow, President; Margaret Bryant, Vice-President; Diana Stewart, Secretary; 
Nell Brantley, Treasurer; Virginia Sojourner, Historian; Sara Campbell, Parlia- 
mentarian. 




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The Student National Education Association 
(Student NEA) is the professional asssociation for 
college or university students preparing to 
teach. Its members are members of duly chartered 
local chapters. Local chapters and student state 
education associations are integral parts of the 
Student NEA. A member of Student NEA is a 
student member of his state education asssociation 
and the National Education Association (NEA), 
with all the rights, privileges, and responsibilities 
of associate membership in these professional 
organizations. 




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YELLOW 
JACKETS 



Seated, Left to Right: Horace Dickerson, President; Joann Lee Watts, 
Sweetheart; Wayne Cleveland, Vice-President. Standing: Ken Johnson, 
Secretary; Bill Bounds, Sergeant at Arms; Bob Mclnvale, Treasurer; Jay 
Brickman, Parliamentarian. 



To promote the traditions and school spirit of Mississippi 
Southern College is the purpose of the Yellow Jackets. 
It is a group of young men united in an organization formed 
by social fraternities and the Student Government 
Asssociation. The organization is composed of fifty 
outstanding sophomores plus four junior members, the 
President being a junior. The President and the three 
senior members are elected by the preceding year's club. 
The Yellow Jackets also orientate the freshmen and act 
as hosts and guides for campus visitors. This year 
$804 in scholarships was provided by the Yellow Jackets. 



THE 1961-62 YELLOW JACKETS 



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Standing, Left to Right: Jordan Dykes, Hazel Jennings, Anita Gilbert, 

Becky Smith, Sandra McNeill, Mignhon Welch, Katherine Priscock, 
Virginia Scott, Linda Gabrich, Patsy Koonce, Pat Mauffray, Carolyn 
Boutwell, Sandra Myrick, Melva Kay Stockstill, Betty Smith, Martha 
McBride, Peggy McCay, Linda Ward, Janayne Robertson, Carole Good- 
game, Joy West, Doyleen Lyon. Seated: Linda Fairley, Ann Leonard, 
Abigail Fairchild, Helen Sevier, Elizabeth Seaman, Carolyn McLean, 
Nanci Offutt, Becky Buttles. 



PHI 
CHI 
THETA 



Elizabeth Seaman, President; Helen Sevier, Vice-President; Carolyn Mc- 
Lean, Secretary; Nanci Offutt, Treasurer. 




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Phi Chi Theta is a national professional fraternity for 
women enrolled in schools of business administration or 
commerce. It is an honorary. Phi Chi Theta was organized 
to promote the cause of higher education and training 
for all women, to foster high ideals for women in business 
careers, to encourage fraternity and cooperation among 
women preparing for such careers, and to stimulate the 
spirit of sacrifice and unselfish devotion to the attainment 
of such ends. 

Membership is obtained only through a collegiate chapter 
and is open to qualified students who are enrolled in the 
School of Business and who intend to complete the required 
courses and receive a degree. 




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R.O.T.C. Cadet Corps in battle group formation 



R. O. T. C 



To develop officers in sufficient quantity to provide a 
corps of well-rounded, well-educated leaders for an Army 
that would have to expand rapidly in the event of a 
national emergency is the purpose of the existence of the 
Reserve Officers Training Corps of the United States 
Army. 

The first R.O.T.C. unit at Mississippi Southern College was 
organized in 1950 as a Branch Materiel Unit to prepare 
cadets for commissioning in the Field Artillery. In 1958, 
the MSC Academic Council adopted a program of 
compulsory R.O.T.C. training for all eligible male Freshman 
and Sophomore students. 



The R.O.T.C. Sponsors — Vivian Rushing, First Battle Group; Bonnie 
Purvis, Brigade Sponsor; Diana Stewart, Second Battle Group. 



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The Southern Generals is still another facet of the R.O.T.C. program. 



R. O. T. C 



The R.O.T.C. Band, directed by Gilbert Saetre, plays an integral part 
in the over-all R.O.T.C. program. 








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THE ROTC COLOR GUARD 



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GIRL'S RIFLE TEAM— Kneeling: Bettye Burrus, Sharon Shirey, Connie 
Shivers, Ann Byran, Martha Boone. Standing: Marvell Groome, Marguerite 
Richmond, Diana Jo Bilbo, Katherine Ford, Betty Halstead, Sergeant 
Burdett. 



M. S. C. RIFLE TEAMS 



BOY'S RIFLE TEAM— Kneeling, Left to Right: Stephen Likins, Charles 
Buckley, Alfred Coke, Mike Curry, George Hurst. Standing: Captain 
Glenn H. Woods, officer in charge; Tommy Jordan, Joe Phillips, Gerry 
Goff, Walter Yates, W. G. Miller, team captain; Sergeant 1st Class 
James F. Burdett, Sr. Rifle Team Coach. 




The counselors live in the freshman girls' 
dormitories. They are there to advise the girls and 
help them during their all-important first year. This 
is one of the top honors that can come to 
a woman student at Mississsippi Southern College. 
Mrs. "Miss Polly" Wilson and Mrs. Ruth 
Crisman, who are the house mothers in the 
Freshman girls' dormitories, assist the counselors 
in their never-ending job. 



COUNSELORS 




Seated: Sherry Cravey, Mississippi Hall; Joyce Sanders, Mississippi Hall; Martha 
Blaize, Mississippi Hall; Myralynn Smith, Hattiesburg Hall; Ginny Risher, Hatties- 
burg Hall. Standing: Mary Evelyn Granberry, Mississippi Hall; Virginia Sojourner, 
Mississippi Hall; Pat Canterbury, Mississippi Hall; Barbara Allen, Mississippi Hall; 
Louise Stuckey, Hattiesburg Hall; Betty Boyd, Hattiesburg Hall; Carole Coleman, 
Hattiesburg Hall. 



PROCTORS 



Proctors are students employed by the Housing 
Office to assist in the management of the 
residence halls. Each has specific responsibility for 
a given area of the building and for the residents 
of that area, but his authority extends to other 
areas or buildings as needed. The "Proctor 
System" has proven to be very effective, an eloquent 
commentary on the high caliber of the men 
selected to serve as proctors, and on the ability 
of students in general to accept and discharge 
responsibilities. 



Front Row, Left to Right: Glen Chance, Mack Leggett, Jim Zager, David Pyle, 
Don Coffer, Head Resident. Standing: George R. Rahr, Supervisor of Men's Hous- 
ing; Curtis Garner, Marshall Fayard, David Edmonds, Rocco Melillo, Bruce Cris- 
well, Ted Kmet, Joe Price Everett, Head Resident. Not Pictured: Jimmy Havard, 
Keith Hannon, William Utsey, Nick Foto, Leon Akins, William Merton, Ben Wil- 
loughby, Harold Hays. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Miss Ruby Evans, Weathersby Hall; Mrs. Polly 
Wilson, Hattiesburg Hall; Mrs. Ruth Crisman, Mississippi Hall; Mrs. 



Alma Armstrong, Relief Hostess; Mrs. Ollie Odom, Jones Hall; Mrs. 
Ferriell Jackson, Hickman Hall; Mrs. Agnes Magee, Bolton Hali. 



DORMITORY HOUSE MOTHERS 



FRATERNITY HOUSE MOTHERS 



Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Dora McCarner, "Do Do," ATfi; Mrs. Grace 
Magee, "Mom," <J>KT; Mrs. Eve Cahler, "Dee Dee," KA; Mrs. Inus H. 
Ouzts, "Mom," 2$E. Standing: Mrs. Bonnie G. Gibson, "Mom Gibson," 



ITKA; Mrs. Reid Tyrone, "Mom Reid," K2; Mrs. Blanche Moore, "Mom 
Moore," Acacia. 




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BAPTIST STUDENT FELLOWSHIP— A UNIT OF THE BAPTIST STUDENT UNION 



BAPTIST 

STUDENT 

UNION 

Sponsored by the Baptist Churches of Hattiesburg 
and the Mississippi Baptist Convention, the 
Baptist Student Union seeks to lead Baptist 
students to active membership in local Baptist 
Churches in Hattiesburg. The Baptist Student Union 
offers a weekly meeting on Tuesday night, Young 
Women's Auxiliary, retreats, conventions, and 
numerous other activities. 




YWA YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY— First Row: Bobby Carolyn Smith, Presi- 
dent; Carolyn Fortenberry, Gloria Daughdrill, Bonnie Page, Janice Kerwin, Margaret 
Byrant, Margaret Ann Eakes. Second Row: Barbara Ezell, Betty Jo Williamson, 
Hattie Nunnery, Caleta Byrd, June McRae, Mitzie Flaherty, Elaine Murray, Eleanor 
Bynum. 




Seated, Left to Right: Sherry McGraw, Mar- 
garet Bryant, Bobby Carolyn Smith, Sara 
Stringer, Elaine Murray, Barbara Ezell, Wylo- 
dene Rushing. Standing: Reverend Louie 
Farmer, Jr., Gerald Daniel, Sammy Davis, Jim 
E. Poole, Jerry Walker, Robert Tuggle, 
Sammy Culpepper, Marvin Miller, Jane Ryals, 
Jean Havard. 




Standing, Left to Right: Sandra Dunn, Gary Gay, Cathy Denton, Mickey 
Bell, Lee Stevens, Fred Beverly, Patricia Beverly, Beverly Park, Carolyn 
Arbuthnot, Margaret Saetre, Pamela Gray, Margaret Smith. Kathy 
Armstrong. Seated: Mildred Quarles, Mary Beth Dunn, Rev. R. A. Park, 
Alice Wentworth, Gail Hill, David Pyle, Linda Ritter, Pat George, Dennis 
Spencer. 



CANTERBURY 
CLUB 



Left to Right: David Pyle, President; Alice Wentworth, Vice-President; 
Pat George, Secretary; Linda Ritter, Treasurer. 




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Chartered on the Mississippi Southern campus in 1946, the 

Canterbury Club has served Episcopal students of Southern 

and William Carey College for fourteen years. 

In 1947, the Rev. Richard A. Park came as rector of 

Trinity Episcopal Church, and became part-time chaplain of 

the Canterbury Club. 

Its purpose is to help college students make their faith an 

integral part of college life by bringing the activities of 

the Church on campus. 

Canterbury Club was founded on the belief that the mission 

of the Episcopal Church should be extended to all its 

communicants, and should provide the best medium for 

its members to develop as useful citizens on college 

campuses. 




MEMBERS OF THE NEWMAN CLUB 



NEWMAN 
CLUB 



The Newman Club is dedicated to the principles formulated 
by Cardinal John Henry Newman, a convert to the 
Catholic faith. The club promotes INTELLECTUAL, 
SOCIAL, AND RELIGIOUS development of its members. 
During the past year, the programs included speakers, 
discussions, group attendance at Mass and Holy Communion, 
dances, slides on countries of interest, and many other 
special projects. This year the Club will be host for the 
Regional Convention held February I Oth and I Ith. Newman 
Clubs from the entire state attended this convention. 




Bob Hubbard, President; Nolon Bush, Vice-President; Loretta 
Leiteiman, Recording Secretary; Emile Templet, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Raymond Egers, Treasurer; Claude Malone, 
Marshal; Father John Izral, Chaplain. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Polly McCormick, Carole Coleman, Clefton 
Vaughn, Nelda Gaines, Brenda Burch. Standing: Ronald Bell, Tommy 
Richardson, Denson Napier, Donald Bell, Mae Nelson. 



WESLEY 
FOUNDATION 



THE WESLEY FOUNDATION 




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Sponsored by the Methodist Church and a representative 
of the Methodist Student Movement, the Wesley Foundation 
seeks to help Methodist college students feel at home in 
their campus community and to give them a stimulus for 
more effective religious activities. Activities of many 
kinds — devotional, recreational, study and service 
opportunities — are included in the Wesley Foundation. 






Westminster Fellowship is the organization for 
college students of the Presbyterian Church, 
U. S. Its purpose is to learn the will of God for our 
lives in Christ Jesus. To accomplish this purpose, 
we join ourselves together in study, fellowship, 
and service. Also, we seek out others who are 
like-minded to work with to this same end while 
we are in college. 




WESTMINSTER 
FELLOWSHIP 



Standing, Left to Right: Jane Meredith, Paul Adams, William E. Slovick, John R. 
Vann, Stan Gwin, Bill Sharp, Rev. Newton Cox, Robert McRae, Douq Thomas, 
Charles Lindsey, Pat McGivaren, Ken Earnest, Norma Carole Tucker. Seated: Anita 
Marie Jensen, Nancy McKie, Pam Dennis, Ruth Darden, Pat Tellejohn, Elizabeth 
Holiday, Jane Fleming, Mildred Stovall, Phyliss Hicks, Becky Buttles. Not Pictured: 
Doddy Loper, Suzanne Myers, Jimmy Cooper, Bill Stillman, Barbara Bilboe, Ginny 
Risher, Charlie Lightsey, Charlotte Gober, Muriel McCarty. 



MARTIN 

LUTHER 

FELLOWSHIP 

Martin Luther Fellowship is an organization of all 
Lutheran students on the Mississippi Southern College 
campus, dedicated to the glory of God through the 
exploration of the Bible, and the general fellowship which 
exists among Lutheran students. Activities of Martin Luther 
Fellowship include topics led by both students and faculty 
to give the students the opportunity to practice their 
Christianity. Among the social activities is included an 
Introduction Banquet for all new Lutheran students. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Judy Hearne, Sharon Tufte, Secretary-Treasurer; Cheryl 
Wilkerson, Martha Shoemake. Standing: Billy Henderson, Dr. William Weiersheuser, 
Faculty Advisor; Ted Kmet, Don Symank, President; Mike Busby, Vice-President. 








Seated, Left to Right: Barbara Irving, Carolyn Brady, Judy Still, Sandra 
Ervin, Joyce Sanders. Standing: Mike Busby, Charles Blocker, John Coker, 
Tom Haynes, Mary Nell Maxey, Mike Tufte, Mildred Stovall, Alice Went- 
worth. 



STUDENT CHRISTIAN FEDERATION 

Mississippi Southern College's Student Christian 
Federation is a council composed of a president, 
vice-president, secretary, treasurer, historian, publicity 
chairman, and a representative from each of the religious 
groups. Seeking to provide channels for worship and 
religious development, the Student Christian Federation 
sponsors, among other activities, Religious Emphasis Week, 
Vespers, the Thanksgiving Service, the Christmas Service, 
and the Easter Service. 



JOHN COKER 
JUDY STILL 
BRENDA BURC.H 
MIKE TUFTE 



OFFICERS 

President SANDRA ERVIN 

Vice-President MARY NELL MAXEY 

Corresponding Secretary ANDY STILL 
Recording Secretary 



Treasurer 
Historian 
Publicity 



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Seated: Kitty Carter, Ted Kmet, Brenda Burch, Diana Stewart. Standing: 
Dr. Don George, Mr. John Frazier, Reverend Denson Napier, John Coker, 
Joe Everett, Dr. John Nau. 



PI TAU CHI 



Pi Tau Chi is an honorary religious society which recognizes 
those students who have participated in and contributed 
to the spiritual growth of Mississippi Southern's students. 
Dr. John Nau, advisor to the local chapter, is the National 
President of Pi Tau Chi. 



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Who Me Worried? 



I'd be ashamed too! 




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Wonder what the Pikes hid in the fire truck? 



One, two, three? 





At MSC everyone stands in line — even to eat! 



CAMPUS 
CAPTIONS 




Heads or tails? 



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That invisible shield. 




Don't be shy — follow the crowd. 



Tut, tut, you're on the grass! 





Kappa Alpha played a real gone Scarlet. 





Once upon a SNOW at MSC. 



Some freshmen even have talent? 



Decisions! Decisions! My, ain't life tough? 

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Snowman Avenue. 






At Southern we work hard at everything. 




CAMPUS KEY 

TO 

M. S. C. 



Be careful — you're violating rule number six. 



Six no trump? 




THE FORREST COUNTY 
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS 

"Southern's Heartiest Backers" 

SELBY C. BOWLING, President Beat Three 

HARRY H. BELL Beat One 

LUTHER G.LEE Beat Two 

J. A. P. CARTER Beat Four 

W. H. BUTLER Beat Five 

We wish to extend our sincere promise of continued support and cooperation to 
Mississippi Southern College, Mississippi's finest and largest college and one of Forrest 
County's most valued assets. Congratulations on your splendid growth and fine spirit. 

We hope that Southern and Forrest County will continue to march side by side in 
setting the pace of progress and development in South Mississippi. 

The people of Forrest County extend their best wishes to the administration, faculty, 
and students of M.S.C. 

Best of luck to Mississippi's friendliest college from Mississippi's friendliest county. 



Ottnijj 




BATTI I dUIKt. ^-_E^' MISSISSIPPI 



A good place to go to school and a good place to live 



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Compliments 
of 



Hattiesburg Automobile Dealers 

Association 



AUTO SERVICE COMPANY 

FARRIOR MOTOR COMPANY 

RYAN-McARTHUR MOTORS 

McMULLAN MOTORS 

JOE MORRIS MOTORS 

HENSON FORD, INC 

MARTIN MOTOR SALES 

ROSCOE MOORE PONTIAC COMPANY 

STEADMAN MOTORS, INC 



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PERSONAL FINANCING 

Monthly Repayment 

WHITE SYSTEM 

OF HATTIESBURG, Inc. 

Phone JU 4-5474 w - Pine St - 


A Southern Company Through 
and Through, 

SOUTHEASTERN INSURANCE CO. 

Assets in Excess of $ 1 ,250,000.00 

R. C. COOK, President 
Southeastern Life Bldg. Hat+iesburg, Miss. 


JIMMY FAUGHN'S 

COLLEGIAN LA FAUGHN'S 

Phone 2-1891 Phone 4-9720 

THE SEA LODGE 

Phone 2-2098 
PRIVATE ROOMS 


C- om p lim en 16 

OF 

RAMSEY STEEL & SUPPLY 
CORPORATION 

P.O. Box 6838 
Jackson, Mississippi 

FRED RAMSEY, JR., President Phone FL 4-2719 


VESTAL AND VERNON AGENCY 

Mississippi General Agents for Mutual of Omaha 

State Office 269 E. Pearl Street 
JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 

INCOME PROTECTION HOSPITALIZATION 
LIFE INSURANCE SPECIAL STUDENT COVERAGE 



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DIXIE 



PM0T9 stRvtes 





1208 CORINNE STREET 






HATTIESBURG. MISS. 






Finest In 




PORTRAITURE 


AERIAL 


COMMERCIAL 


CHILDREN 


WEDDINGS 


PETS 


OILS 


COLOR 


COPIES 



Anytime— Anywhere— Anything 

Your Annual Photographer 
1960-61 

Res. Phone JU 2-2439 Office Phone JU 4-5262 



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CHATHAM'S 
RESTAURANT 

Across from Mississippi Southern 
2712 Hardy Street Phone JU 4-9900 



When In Hattiesburg, 
Make Your Home At 

SOUTHERNAIRE MOTEL 

(Across Highway From Miss. Southern) 

Phone 58-23306 
AND 

PARK LANE MOTEL 

Broadway Drive 
Phone 58-45467 



HUB CITY 
OFFICE SUPPLY CO. 

For All Your Office Needs 

220 West Pine Phone JU 2-3301 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 



HARDY MART 
BEAUTY SALON 

MARILYN MURRY, Stylist 

Synchronized Styling and Tinting 

'Let Us Handle Your Greatest Asset- 
Your Hair" 



Hardy Street Mart 



Phone JU 2-2455 



"Serving South Mississippi Since 7 895" 



Vy 523 MAIN STREET 

BROADWAY MART PETAL BRANCH HARDY STREET 

BRANCH Petal, Miss. BRANCH 

_ . Member Federal Reserve System — Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation iooc l_l _J Ci„„i 

Broadway Drive I 835 Hardy btreet 



irst National Bank 



4fJ Phone ~\fr 
{£ JU 3-4284 

SOUTHlASTtRN MATERIALS CO. 

£% IUTTUMK US 



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AMERICAN SAND & GRAVEL CO. 

HATTIESBURG BRICK WORKS 
SOUTHEASTERN MATERIALS CO. 



Office: Ross Bldg. 



Tel. JU 4-6436 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



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STANDARD 
DRUG STORE 

WALGREEN AGENT 

Phone JU 3-4381 619 MAIN 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 


COLLEGE HEIGHTS 

TEXACO SERVICE 

24 hour service 

WASHING— POLISHING— LUBRICATION 

TIRES— TUBES— BATTERIES 

Road Service 

DAYTON GILLESPIE. Owner 

By Pass 8. Hardy St. Phone JU 4 8581 


South Mississippi's Leading Stores 
for men 

DONAVAN-LANE 

MEN'S WEAR 

HATTIESBURG - McCOMB - PASCAGOULA 


JLeaf SPECIALTY CO. 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 

2610 Hardy Street— Phone JU 3-3361 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 


SOUTHERN GLASS 

Wholesale and Retail 

GLASS AND BUILDING MATERIALS 

' 315 E. Pine Street Hattiesburg, Miss. 


SMOKIE'S 
SPORTING GOODS 

1 12 Broadway Dr. Phone JU 3-0922 
Hattiesburg, Miss. 


ZJIte Uoque S^hopS, ^rnc. 

WHERE EXCLUSIVE STYLES MEET POPULAR PRICES 

519 MAIN STREET 

HATTIESBURG, MISS. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CHAIN ELECTRIC 
COMPANY, INC. 

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
ENGINEERS 

903 Scooba Street Hattiesburg, Miss. 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

LOVE DRUG 
COMPANY 


BEST WISHES FROM THE NEW 

MclNNIS' 

Men's Wear 
1 1 8 W. Pine St. Opposite Post Office 


G. H. McELHANEY & SONS 

Plumbing and Heating 

Phone JU 2-3571 501 W. Laurel 


K—omplim en ti 
of 

WIMPY'S 

and 

WIMPY'S JR. 



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Your Complete Quality Fashion 
Fabric Center 

HUBER'S FINE FABRICS 

823 Hardy Street 
HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

JERRY'S DRIVE-IN 



Fine Foods 



Favorite Beverages 



SPEED'S 



SOUTHERN GULF SERVICE 
STATION 



2604 Hardy 



Phone JU 3-2519 



THE DIAMOND SHOP 

Corner of Main and Pine 

Hattiesburg's largest credit Jeweler 
STUDENT ACCOUNTS INVITED 



WILLMUT GAS AND OIL COMPANY 




Use Natural Gas, the all purpose fuel, tor cooking and heating 

Serving South Mississippi in Hat+iesburg, Collins, East Jackson, Magee, Mendenhall, Mt. Olive, D'Lo, Braxton, Pearl 

School, and McLaurin Heights. 



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COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

CONTINENTAL TRAILWAYS 


ICE CREAM 

STORE 
AT THE HARDY MART SHOPPING CENTER 


ALBRITONS 

House of Fine Diamonds 

418 E. Capitol-Northwood Shopping Center 

FL 3-7629 EM. 6-4311 

JACKSON, MISS. 


yB/iadyfJ&tienA 


^ for DAD and LAD M 


Three Locations: 

Maywood Mart Meadowbrook Mart 
Westland Plaza 

JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI 


HATTIESBURG VIDEO 

504 Corinne Street 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 

Telephone JU 2-1981 


COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

SOUTHERN CLEANERS 

R. H. BRASWELL 

Owner 

Proverbs 1 1 :30 — He that winneth Souls is Wise 


PONTIAC EASTERN CORPORATION 

Black Creek Refinery 

Purvis, Mississippi Phone JU 4-8401 



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"We are at Your Service' 



S. O. Herrington 



COLLEGE PHARMACY 

Prescriptions and Toiletries 

2900 Hardy Street 
Opposite MSC Phone JU 3-2504 



Dudley R. Herrington 




623JfeinSt mftwkity.jtfiss. 



SOUTHLAND FLORISTS 

BETTY and PAUL WRIGHT 

200 St. Paul Street Hattiesburg, Miss. 

Phone JU 4-7541 




HATTIESBURG HARDWARE STORES 

WHOLESALE HARDWARE 

and 

SPORTING GOODS 



Mobile Street 



Phone JU 3-3525 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



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FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

OF 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 
MEMBER OF FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION 

A mutual savings and home finance institution serving over 

15,000 people. Safety of your savings insured to 
$10,000.00 by an agency of the Federal Government 



Current Dividend 4'^% Per Annum 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 



OWL DRUG CO. 



Assets over $32 Million 



LIBRARIAN'S OFFICE 
We are proud of Southern's new library and appreciate 
having been selected to supply and install the office furnish- 
ings. Furniture and filing equipment by All-Steel Equipment, 
Inc., Aurora, Illinois. 

COMMERCIAL STATIONERY CO. 

oDe5 Ian K^en ter 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 
"Custom Designed Office Interiors" 



HERCULES 

POWDER 

COMPANY 



PINE AND PAPER 
CHEMICALS PLANT 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



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ompare 



Batter-Whipped Sunbeam Bread Has 
No Holes — No Streaks — No Poor End Slices 




Sunbeam 




Try The Tenderness Test 
Quality Guaranteed Locally Baked 

Smith's Sunbeam Bakery 



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KOMP EQUIPMENT COMPANY, INC. 




DISTRIBUTORS OF INDUSTRIAL & PLUMBING SUPPLIES 

HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



HATTIESBURG 
TYPEWRITER COMPANY 

Business Machines 

UNDERWOOD-OLIVETTI AGENT 

TYPEWRITERS— ADDING MACHINES 

SUPER AUTOMATIC PRINTING 

CALCULATORS 

Sales — Service — Rentals — Supplies 

210 Broadway Drive Phone JU 4-5481 



"The Most Tasty Food On Highway I I" 

SPEED'S RESTAURANT 

BANQUET AND PARTY 
FACILITIES 



Highway I 



Hattiesburg, Miss. 



A bank account established early in your career will serve as a foundation for future busi 
ness operations and prove valuable in many ways . . . Let us serve you! 

CITIZENS BANK 

of 

HATTIESBURG 

Main Office — 601 Main Street 

"Bank of Friendly Service" 
Branches 

Mississippi Southern College Broadway Drive 

Member 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Federal Reserve System 



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R.M.HENDRIC 



GRADUATE SUPPLY HOUSE 




Phone FL 2-2264 P.O. Box 1034 

JACKSON 

MISSISSIPPI 



REPRESENTING 

HERFF-JONES COMPANY 

CLASS RINGS— INVITATIONS— DIPLOMAS— YEAR BOOKS— CAPS 

AND GOWNS 



COMPLIMENTS 
OF 

VANCE DAIRY 



EXPERT DRY CLEANING 



ONE-HOUR SERVICE 



COLLEGE CLEANERS 



Laundry Service — Quality Work 



(m££& 




TO 

the graduating 
class 



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COMPLIMENTS 



OF 



DIXIE PINE PRODUCTS COMPANY 



HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI 



McCaffrey's 

Shopping Center 

FOOD MARKET, INC. 

1901 Edwards St. Hattiesburg, Mississippi 

"The Working Man's Friend" 

Food Market (Open 24 Hours) 
Tire Store (Armstrong Tires) 

Furniture Service Station Outlet 

Real Estate and Insurance 



Big Yank 

Corporation 

SUBSIDIARY OF 

Reliance Manufacturing 
Company 



When in Jackson 

GO 
NATIVE! 

. . and the natives 
go to . . 




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M'RAES 



* DOWNTOWN * MEADOWBROOK 

* WESTLAND 




THRIFTY DOLLAR 

VARIETY STORES 

7 12 Main Street 
COLUMBIA 

IKE. front Street 
HATTIESBURG 

CONGRATULATIONS TO 

The Pride of Mississippi 

The Southerners 

and 

The Dixie Darlings 



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II 



A Memorable Year 



• Congratulations to the Student Body and Faculty of 
the University of Southern Mississippi upon the completion of 
another outstanding year of accomplishments. 

• The Staff of your annual has worked exceedingly 
hard to give you a superb book that portrays the highlights of mem- 
orable activities. To preserve this excellent literary and photographic 
record, the best grades of material have been combined with skilled 
workmanship to provide the finest quality yearbook. 

• We are very proud that the 1962 Staff selected us to 
design, print and bind the Southerner. We have earnestly 
endeavored to fulfill the confidence placed in us. 



BENSON PBINTING COMPANY 

(complete d5ooh / ll lanufach 



tureri 
NASHVILLE 3, TENNESSEE 



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